Curry shuts down the haters at Ellie Mae Classic.
In Steph Curry's Web.com golf debut at Ellie Mae Classic on Thursday in Hayward, California he shot a 74 and once again quieted all of his doubters.
ESPN's Scott Van Pelt tried to warn the doubters that Steph was more than capable of shooting under a 76, which is what his line was set at, but they didn't believe he could even crack 80.
Steve Wheatcroft, a PGA Tour player, was one of the many betting against Steph and the 2x NBA MVP made sure to give him a shoutout after his impressive round at the golf tournament.
Wheatcroft later acknowledged that he was dead wrong, like so many others before him, on betting against Curry.
Check out some of the highlights, as well as Steph's response to the critics, below.
People doubted Curry. Like Steve, who plays for a living. I get it. But under 76.5 for his low score of the week cashes in his first round. https://t.co/Q42LzewG0G— Scott Van Pelt (@notthefakeSVP) August 3, 2017
Hell hath frozen over 😂— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) August 4, 2017
but a good chance in real life. Apparently.— Scott Van Pelt (@notthefakeSVP) August 3, 2017
I'll be the first to admit when I was wrong. I was WAY wrong on @StephenCurry30 this week. VERY impressive out there. Beat some good players— Steve Wheatcroft (@wheatiePGA) August 3, 2017
We’ve all been doubted before ya heard me! #499— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) August 4, 2017
Some Steph haters eating crow today... pic.twitter.com/wO3KdlreHJ— Freezing Cold Takes (@OldTakesExposed) August 3, 2017