Steph Curry hit a hole-in-one on the American Century Championship on the seventh gap, Saturday. Curry used a pitching wedge on the 152-yard gap. After doing so, the Golden State Warriors star sprinted onto the inexperienced in celebration. He is at present within the lead going into the ultimate spherical on Sunday. The event is hosted as a star occasion in Stateline, Nevada.
“From our vantage point, the crowd around the tee box, they kind of went cr*zy,” Curry stated after his spherical. “And that drowned out the reaction from the green. All I saw was a bunch of hands go up. And then you just kind of black out. Celebrate. Cr*zy shot. Especially in a tournament like this, that atmosphere. I’m still coming down from the adrenaline rush. That was nuts.”
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Steph Curry At The American Century Championship
“I was dead tired,” Curry added. “We were in the middle of summer training, so I’m still getting work in getting ready for the basketball season but not to sprint like that. I had to catch my breath.” The spectacular shot set social media ablaze with responses. One fan tweeted: “Watching Steph Curry play golf is more terrifying than basketball sometimes. A televised hole in one and it’s your part time sport? Nah bro.”Another wrote: “Steph Curry who is not a professional golfer hits a hole-in-one. His hand eye coordination needs to be studied in a lab. He is elite.”