The two-time NBA MVP is playing in this week's Ellie Mae Classic on a sponsor's exemption, with his team - the Golden State Warriors - and its community foundation serving as the event's main charitable beneficiary. "I'm pretty happy with it".
And the two-time National Basketball Association champion, and twice victor of the MVP award didn't disappoint. He ends the Web.com Tour appearance at 8-over and tied for 148th place. Obviously as a competitor, you feel like you can always play better.
Through the first nine holes, it looked like Curry's second day might be a bit of a wet dud after his impressive first day.
British Open Jordan Spieth said: "I think he certainly beat most everybody's expectations, but I don't think that really surprised him".
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After his first round, the keen golfer described it as an "amazing experience", however he will not be continuing it into the weekend. "So hopefully I can do that tomorrow". On the backside, Curry again carded a 37 - making two more birdies to go along with two bogeys and a costly double bogey on the par 4-fifth hole. "They were two days of golf I'll remember for a long time", said Curry. He scrambled for a bogey and a couple of pars later was laughing and joking with playing partners Stephen Jaeger and Sam Ryder.
"I tried to take a deep breath, but still there wasn't anything I could do to get myself prepared for that moment". He got pars on the next three holes, bogeyed No. 2 and birdied No. 3. He was then able to settle his nerves and make a birdie on the par-five 15th on his way to a front nine score of 37.
Curry high-fived fans between holes and brought out a larger crowd than the tournament normally draws.
"My wife's probably hot at me because all day yesterday, that's all I was doing was checking out the who-said-what type of thing", he said.