Soon after attack a veteran golf pavement, Tiger Woods became a purpose indication for all kinds of golfers, 8-year-old Stephen Curry being one of them.
As a guest on a new part of Feherty, Curry discussed a impact that Woods had on his possess personal opinion in sports with horde David Feherty. Curry – now a single-digit encumber golfer when he’s not winning basketball games – used to obey Woods with his friends flourishing up, competing in quasi-Masters showdowns like a one Woods had opposite Chris DiMarco in 2005.
“He was a groundbreaker, obviously, and somebody – for me, when we was examination him – done me wish to watch each singular shot of each singular contest he played,” Curry said. “I’d be Tiger. One of my guys would be Chris Dimarco, and we’d have a Masters showdown.” Check out a fun shave of a talk below.
Curry continued to contend most of a same about Michael Jordan. It was Jordan’s drastic shot over Craig Ehlo that – like Woods’s implausible chip during a 2005 Masters – Curry would obey with his friends.
Curry’s full talk with David Feherty will premiere Monday, May 15 during 9p.m. ET on Golf Channel.