Steph Curry hints at PGA Tour goal following retirement from the NBA

NBA star Steph Curry hasn’t ruled out the possibility of playing on the PGA Tour after retiring from basketball.


The Golden State Warriors point guard, 36, has been an avid golfer since the age of ten and has had a handicap that has dipped as low as plus-three.



Given his athletic skill and seemingly natural golfing talent, it wouldn’t be out of the realm of possibility for Curry to switch his attention to the golf course in retirement.


Curry launched his own ‘Underrated’ golf tour in 2022 with the aim of making the game more diverse.


The tour, which will launch its European version this year, focuses on providing equity, access, and opportunity to young golfers who otherwise might not have the resources to travel to national events during the summer or play at top courses.


The circuit will begin its third season at the Old Barnwell Golf Course in Aiken, South Carolina from June 21–23.


After making four stops on Tour, 24 of the best boys and girls will compete for the Curry Cup at the Underrated Tour Championship – which for the first time will be outside the Bay Area, moving to The Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, New Jersey, September 2–5.

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