HomeSportsSteph Curry makes a hole-in-one at the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship ...

Steph Curry makes a hole-in-one at the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship – UnlistedNews

Stephen Curry, known for his extraordinary shots on the basketball court, showed off his golf skills to the max on Saturday, hitting an impressive hole-in-one during the 2023 American Century Celebrity Golf Championship in Nevada.

The Golden State Warriors star, who continues to lead the 54-hole tournament through Sunday, rushed his tee shot on the 152-yard, par-3 seventh hole at Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course, prompting a similar reaction from Curry. to win the NBA. Finals.

As the ball gracefully made its way into the cup, Curry’s euphoria was one for the books. He quickly ran down the street, remembering a quick attack on the basketball court, and joyfully raised his right fist in the air.

It was the first hole-in-one on the course’s seventh hole in the tournament’s 33-year history.

“That Was My Second (Hole In One)” Curry told NBC during Saturday’s round. “To do it on this hole is amazing. Wow… I’ll be out of breath for the rest of the day, but for good reason.”

However, Curry’s success at Edgewood Tahoe extended beyond this notable ace. The 35-year-old showcased his golf prowess on Friday by securing the first lead of the tournament with an impressive 27 points. The tournament uses a modified Stableford scoring system that awards points for par (1), birdie (3) and eagle (6), while deducting points (2) for double bogey or worse.

Curry’s exploits on the golf course highlight his exceptional talent beyond the realm of basketball, and his surprisingly superior performance and infectious enthusiasm have fans looking forward to more memorable moments from him on the green this weekend.

He will be looking to secure victory in the third and final round on Sunday, but he is up against some stiff competition. This year’s star-studded field includes defending champion Tony Romo, Hall of Famer John Elway, Kansas City Chiefs duo Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce, NHL icon Joe Pavelski and Alex Killorn NBA Charles Barkley, Dallas Cowboys legend Emmitt Smith, FOX Sports college football analyst Reggie Bush and NFL quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers and Josh Allen to name a few.

Still, Curry has a great support system behind him. Exhibit A:

“I’m still coming down from the adrenaline”, Curry said after the round ended on Saturday.

“That was crazy.”

Get more of Stephen Curry Follow your favorites to get information about games, news and more


Sara Marcus
Sara Marcus
Meet Sara Marcus, our newest addition to the Unlisted News team! Sara is a talented author and cultural critic, whose work has appeared in a variety of publications. Sara's writing style is characterized by its incisiveness and thought-provoking nature, and her insightful commentary on music, politics, and social justice is sure to captivate our readers. We are thrilled to have her join our team and look forward to sharing her work with our readers.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

Recent Comments