Steph Curry drains 152-yard HOLE-IN-ONE at American Century Championship and celebrates wildly by running down the fairway
- Stephen Curry is leading the celebrity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe
- Meanwhile Tony Romo is also impressing while Patrick Mahomes has struggled
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Even during the NBA offseason, Stephen Curry continues to display athletic excellence.
The Warriors star jumped out to the lead during the first day of the American Century Championship, a celebrity golf tournament, and produced yet another highlight reel moment Saturday on the seventh hole in Lake Tahoe.
On a par-3, 152-yard hole, Curry managed to sink a hole in one, causing the two-time NBA MVP to fling his hat off in celebration.
The 35-year-old then ran all the way down to the putting green, arms wide open, before heading back the other way past the bunker.
A famously talented golfer in addition to his Hall of Fame-level basketball skills, Curry is still leading the tournament through nine holes in the second round.
Stephen Curry seemed to know that his shot was in good shape after it came off his club
And he couldn’t help but run down the course in celebration after the shot fell in the hole
Curry currently has 44 points in the modified Stableford scoring system that awards a point for par, three for birdie and six for eagle and deducts two points for double bogey or worse.
Close by on the leaderboard are former MLB pitcher Mark Mulder, ex-tennis player Mardy Fish (both 38 points) and Dallas Stars right winger Joe Pavelski (36 points).
Elsewhere in the standings, Tony Romo has 30 points, Jaguars coach Doug Pederson and Aaron Rodgers are tied on 27 points, and NFL Hall of Famer Charles Woodson has 20 points.
Boxer Canelo Alvarez has 12 points, while Josh Allen has 9 and Patrick Mahomes is struggling with -2.
The tournament ends on Sunday, and Curry will look to hold onto the lead.