Stephen Curry gets new putter to commemorate his NBA All-Star weekend

Dell Curry and Stephen Curry
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Golden State guard Stephen Curry had a memorable NBA All-Star Weekend with his dad, Dell Curry, who introduced him to golf as a child.
By John Holmes
PGA.com

Series: Golf Buzz

Published: Tuesday, February 17, 2015 | 1:12 p.m.
 
Golden Star guard Stephen Curry had a weekend to remember in New York – he topped LeBron James to win then NBA All-Star fan vote, then won the Three-Point Contest, and his Western Conference team won the All-Star Game.
 
Curry, a self-admitted golf freak, recently admitted that he sometimes daydreams about golf when he's sitting on the bench during games. We don't know what was on his mind while he and his teammates were beating the East, but he couldn't be blamed for thinking about golf at some point – after all, he's getting a brand-new putter to mark the occasion.
 
 
Bettinardi Golf took a BB Zero blade putter and touched it up in Golden State colors. Curry's name is on the back of the face, and the sole features Curry's number and commemorates that his fan vote victory.
 
The BB line of putters is classic Bettinardi – Curry's is a heel-toe-weighed blade made of mild carbon steel with what Bettinardi calls its "hyper honeycomb" pattern on the face. The standard vesions retail for $299.99.
 
No word yet on when Curry will get to take his new baby out to the course – he is an avid player during the NBA offseason, but says he only gets to play a couple times during the season. When he does, though, let's hope his All-Star memories don't distract him from what's really important – his putting!
 
Here's a look at his putter: