Despite missing cut, Curry pleased with experience

Despite missing cut, Curry pleased with experience

Despite missing cut, Curry pleased with experience

HAYWARD The magic that Warriors guard Stephen Curry displayed in the first round of the Web.com Tour's Ellie Mae Classic was absent halfway through his second round on Friday, and notions of making the cut turned to mere survival.

Most expected Curry to struggle badly, but he shot a four-over-par round - better than 13 players in the field - before taking to Twitter afterwards to address a tweet made by pro Steve Wheatcroft ahead of his round. Curry plays to a scratch handicap, and the tournament is being played at TPC Stonebrae.

"I obviously thank Ellie Mae and the Web.com for giving me this opportunity because it was a dream come true for sure".

"It was an unbelievable experience, and to shoot two 74s, I'll take that", Curry said (via USA Today).

The South African told ESPN's Michael Collins that if Curry broke 80 a second time, he would eat his golf bag.

"I want to play better tomorrow", he told reporters.

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"It was an unbelievable experience, and to shoot two 74s, I'll take that", said Curry, who will nearly assuredly miss the cut at the event held in Hayward, Calif.

And yet, even though his opening tee shot went horribly awry, there was at least an amusing irony in where it landed: a golf cart cup holder.

Curry, who shot a four-over 74 in his first round on Thursday, followed that up with another four-over 74 on Friday, finishing with an eight-over 148 through two rounds.

"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", former PGA champion Jason Day said.

Check out Steph's IG shot, which shows his arm around President Obama on the golf course, and includes Curry's wife, Ayesha Curry, their daughters and his parents, Dell and Sonya. "It could have been all that 80s-90s talk I heard coming into the tournament".

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