Stephen Curry shoots 74 again at Ellie Mae Classic, misses cut

HAYWARD, Calif. — Stephen Curry shot 4-over 74 on Friday — his second consecutive 74 — at the Tour’s Ellie Mae Classic, but it wasn’t enough to extend his debut in a professional golf event into the weekend.

He missed the cut by 11 shots against professional golfers who are one notch below the PGA Tour, although the two-time NBA MVP for the Golden State Warriors looked respectable.

Curry opened with a 74 on Thursday at TPC Stonebrae and needed a career round to stay for the weekend. He shot a 74 again on Friday to finish tied for 148th.

He bogeyed two of the first three holes on Friday and shot a 39 on a three-hour front nine before picking up his play on the back nine. He made five straight pars and birdied No. 14, but he played the final three holes at plus-1 with two bogeys and a birdie (helped by a 12-foot putt) on No. 17.

FIRST BIRDIE!! Steph Curry makes birdie on the driveable par four 14th hole.

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