The two-time MVP and three-time National Basketball Association champion wanted to do what everyone else was doing on Sunday after Tiger Woods captured his fifth Masters championship and congratulate the 15-time major victor. "We talked about it the last couple of days". Kerr made sure the Warriors tuned in to see Woods' victory.
"Everybody was pretty excited", Kerr told reporters. "It was pretty wonderful and fun to watch".
Woods last earned a major title at the U.S. Open in 2008. Woods career was then sidetracked by injuries and off-the-course issues.
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Golden State Warriors star Curry is a keen golfer, who has a handicap reported as between two and scratch and has appeared on the PGA's Web.com Tour.
Woods said the win was "unreal" for him. "So he's got four to play with after one game". "I was close previous year a couple of times, with a chance in the last two major championships".
The 7:30am (4:30am PT) start time of the final round at Augusta is hardly ideal for Curry given the Warriors began their Western Conference round one playoff series against the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday.