Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry played a little golf with some family and friends over the weekend. He didn't win, but he didn't fare too badly.
Curry on Sunday finished tied for seventh in the annual American Century Championship celebrity tournament at South Lake Tahoe. He scored a final-round 74, making the biggest jump in the standings among the top 20 finishers.
NFL analyst and former quarterback Tony Romo won the title for the second straight year at Edgewood Tahoe South at Stateline, Nevada.
Curry finished in a tie with former San Jose Sharks player and NHL analyst Jeremy Roenick.
Former Oakland A's pitcher Mark Mulder finished second; former Sharks captain Joe Pavelski came in 11th; and Curry's dad, former NBA player Dell Curry finished tied for 15th.
Other notable Bay Area representation in the tournament included former San Francisco 49ers receiver Jerry Rice (37th); former Raiders running back Marcus Allen (41st); former Raiders receiver Tim Brown (54th); former Warriors forward Andre Iguodala (57th); former 49ers quarterback Steve Young (58th); former Raiders defensive back Charles Woodson (T-85th); and former A's outfielder Johnny Damon (87th)