Stephen Curry holds his own in first round of tournament

Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry right and Taylor Moore watch a tee shot on the14th green during a practice round at the

Fortunately for Golden State fans, the two-time NBA MVP has no plans to quit his day job and pursue golf full-time. "Everything was just an unbelievable experience, and to shoot two 74s, I'll take that".

After announcing his involvement in the tournament wearing a hat adorned with the words "I can do all things", Curry's professional golf debut certainly went some way to proving it.

Slightly more prudent bettors might consider picking Curry to make the cut, which is available at a much more attainable +1500, meaning a $10 bet would bring back $150.

After three bogeys in his first five holes, the point guard had to dig himself out of a considerable hole. "I don't usually do that, but I felt for golf, it was cool to kind of hear the chatter that was going on".

"He said, 'Do you know how to hit a chunk-and-run bunker shot?' and I said I have no idea", said West, a Stonebrae member who also works for the Warriors and is the son of the legendary Jerry West.

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The Golden State guard, a two-time National Basketball Association champion and most valuable player, hit five bogeys as well as double bogey on the par-four fifth hole on Thursday.

"I tried to take a deep breath, but still there wasn't anything I could do to get myself prepared for that moment".

Curry showed some resilience as he got comfortable, following a bogey at the second with a birdie on the following hole, then picking up his final birdie of the round at the sixth after posting a double bogey at the par-four fifth. As it turns out, all that partying had no affect on Curry's golf game. "As soon as they said my name on the first tee, that's when I could barely feel my hands", he said.

Most players on the Tour would not be happy with shooting consecutive rounds of 74, better than just a handful of competitors, while missing the cut by 11 strokes at an event. "I'll be suiting up for the Warriors next year".