Stephen Curry draws praise for Web.com Tour effort

Stephen Curry making cut at Ellie Mae Classic would be like winning the tourney

Stephen Curry making cut at Ellie Mae Classic would be like winning the tourney

National Basketball Association superstar Steph Curry has shot a four-over par 74 on his professional golf debut in the opening round of the secondary-tier Web.com tour's event in California.

"It was an awesome experience", Curry told reporters, having been granted a sponsor exemption to compete.

When someone in the gallery exhorted Curry to make a putt, he shouted back, "Seriously!" His 8-over par for two days work was 11 shots off the cut line and he finished tied for 148th in a field of 156, but there was no way this wasn't a total triumph for Curry. And Sam Ryder won last week on the Web.com Tour.

"I was gods right up until they said, 'From Alameda, California...' then I couldn't feel my hands!"

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Although Curry beat only four of the players who completed 36 holes, he was pleased to have avoided the high scores that some had predicted for him.

Curry raved about the experience speaking to reporters.

"I want to play better tomorrow and now I've got the jitters out hopefully that will happen", he said.

"To shoot even par on the back, try to keep it together after a shaky, bogey-filled start was definitely a proud moment", Curry said.

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After some opening jitters, that included three bogey's on the first five holes, Curry found his groove, finishing two-over par on the front nine, and hitting a number of impressive shots.

"I'm happy with it".

Curry, who reportedly has a 2 handicap, was given an over/under of 76.5 for his lowest round by British bookmakers (via Golf.com), so he easily exceeded those expectations in both rounds.

Former PGA champion Jason Day added: "To be honest, I think it's pretty special for a two-time MVP to be able to shoot 74 at a pro event and beat other pros". "It could have been all that 80s-90s talk I heard coming into the tournament".

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