Harding Park’s PGA Championship 2020 was the first major part of the season to end without fans, as the coronavirus pandemic continued to rage across the United States.
But among the select group of people attending last Sunday’s round was golf fan and Warriors star Steph Curry.
Steph Curry – good at basketball, wild about golf – among those in a small “crowd” of about 7 greens in Harding Park pic.twitter.com/Su4Naox0ak
– Ron Kroichick (@ronkroichick) August 9, 2020
Steph is currently applauding @tonyfinaugolf at TPC Harding Park ⛳️
Curry golf playlist: https://t.co/Bj7wNrNf3f pic.twitter.com/6kfSkakwaU
̵1; Let Go Warriors 💦💛💙 (@LetsGoWarriors) August 10, 2020
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Curry and the Warriors were not one of 22 NBA teams invited to the league’s restart for the 2019-20 season in Orlando, as so far this has been a quiet move for Golden State.
Steph even joined the press conference after the round, asking the first question to Colin Morikawa, a graduate of Cal, who won the event with two shots.
Steph gets a question about the winner of the PGA Championship Collin Morikawa 😂
(via IG / kgstoney) pic.twitter.com/VM7jnO9dMt
– NBCS Warriors (@NBCSWarriors) August 10, 2020
“If you need tubs for the next three months, I’m available.”
Curry proposed to Cady for Morikawa, who, despite spending his career at Berkeley College, proudly exclaimed that he was not a fan of the Warriors (Morikawa is a native of Los Angeles).
The Warriors star recently played in the American Century Championships on Lake Tahoe, finishing fourth among celebrity flights.