Steph Curry added the American Century Championship winner to her illustrious resume on Sunday with an incredible putt to seal the deal at Edgewood Tahoe in Nevada.
Curry nailed an eagle on the 18th green to win the tournament. He celebrated it as if he had won a fifth NBA championship. He immediately ran over to his wife, Ayesha, and gave her a big hug before heading back onto the green and enjoying the cheers of the fans on the veranda.
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The Golden State Warriors star became the second active professional athlete to win the tournament. He said winning the celebrity event was a dream come true.
«To be able to focus in the moment, to know what was at stake, to accept it… I always dreamed of a situation like this on an 18th green in front of a crowd like that, to putt, and you just get attached.» the routine, have a lot of confidence in yourself, live with the results.
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«Luckily, he got in, which is crazy. I’ve been playing this for almost a decade, and to know that I finally got a win, it’s pretty special.»
Curry turned heads Saturday when he shot a hole-in-one on the par-3 seventh hole.
On Sunday, she beat out Mardy Fish, Joe Pavelski, Mark Mulder, Aaron Rodgers and Annika Sorenstam. Last year’s winner, Tony Romo, finished eighth.
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Curry now has to get back on the court and prepare for the upcoming NBA season. The Warriors team has seen some changes so far with the acquisition of Chris Paul and the departure of Jordan Poole.