TPC STONEBRAE COUNTRY CLUB, HAYWARD, CA — Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry participated in the Ellie Mae Classic as part of the Web.com PGA Tour yesterday for the second consecutive year in a row.
This time Curry was paired with Martin Trainer and Cameron Champ. Steph’s caddy was Warriors assistant general manager Jonnie West, who is a member and resident of the TPC Stonebrae Country Club, where the tournament is held each year.
Curry struggled through the first nine requiring once again a rules check on the first hole, the No. 10 hole. Last year, Curry’s first ball hit from the tee landed in a golf cart cup holder. He fell as far behind as four-over-par,
But he managed to fight back and finish with a one-over-par 71, including a 150-yard stroke that hit the pin on the No. 8 hole. Here’s his summary of the day:
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