Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry finished last at the Web.com Tour's Ellie Mae Classic. After Curry shot an opening-round 71 in California on Thursday, the sky seemed the limit for the NBA guard. Some thought two-time MVP Curry might even make the cut in only his second career Web.com tournament.
However, reality set in on Friday as Curry struggled to a 16-over 86, finishing 154th and last in the field at TPC Stonebrae in Hayward – just a few miles from Oracle Arena, where he has seen much happier moments with the Warriors.
Curry's performance is worse than his score last year, when he carded 74-74 to finish eight-over and tied for 148th. "I had three solid rounds, and then I finally blew up. I got a little bit exposed ... if you don't have the right flow, it's hard to self-correct," Curry said afterwards.
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