What can’t Steph Curry do?
The four-time NBA champion’s ability to score no matter the circumstance extended off the court and onto the golf course on Friday.
Curry sunk an unreal putt while playing in the first round of the American Century Championship at Edgewood Tahoe South.
Curry, 35, had a seemingly impossible putt on the par-3 12th hole.
It was a lengthy and left-looping route to the hole seemingly destined for a two-putt –– but that just wasn’t Curry style.
The sharpshooter found the perfect line, supplemented with controlled speed, and saw the ball roll right into the cup for a birdie.
Curry’s giving his fans something to cheer about during the NBA offseason.
The two-time MVP is golfing alongside his brother Seth, and father Dell this weekend and came out on top after the first round, finishing three-under with a tournament-leading 27 points.
NFL quarterback Patrick Mahomes and actor Miles Teller are among the other celebrities competing in the American Century Championship, the annual celebrity golf tournament in Nevada that runs from July 14 to 16.
Along with the distributed prize money, the Championship also raises funds for local and national charities.
Curry will look to bring his winning ways back to the Bay for the 2023-24 NBA season as Golden States aim to make a more durable postseason run.
The Warriors were knocked out of the second round of the playoffs by the Lakers last season.
General manager Mike Dunleavy locked in Draymond Green with a four-year, $100 million contract on June 30, keeping one of the league’s strongest starting fives intact.
Golden State also acquired Chris Paul on July 7 to add to the squad’s All-Star depth.
Curry averaged 29.4 points, 6.1 rebounds and 6.3 assists in the 2022-23 season