Before Tiger Woods officially tees it up in his first tournament since 2015, he'll be joined by one of the biggest names in the NBA — and noted golf connoisseur — Stephen Curry.
The star duo will play together during Wednesday's pro-am at the Safeway Open in Napa, according to the San Francisco Chronicle's Ron Kroichick.
Woods will join an impressive golf resume Curry has developed, which includes playing a round at Augusta, putting around with LPGA star Lydia Ko during a pre-game shootaround, and a round with President Obama during his recent vacation.
He's played enough rounds with President Obama over the past several years that Michelle Obama has helped Steph out with how to effectively trash-talk her husband:
The two-time reigning NBA MVP is no slouch on the course - there's a Stephen Curry listed as a 1.7 on the USGA's golf handicap site.
But even with that impressive resume, Curry's game might show some nerves starting out. This round will check off another golfer on his dream foresome list, which consists of Woods, President Obama and Michael Jordan.
Oh, to be Stephen Curry.
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