Steph Curry, Phil Mickelson Form Star Pairing at Safeway Open Pro-Am

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Marcus White

It's no secret Steph Curry loves golf, and the Warriors star held his own against one of the sport's best Wednesday during the Safeway Open Pro-Am. 

Playing in a foursome with five-time major champion Phil Mickelson, Curry eagled the 10th hole at the Silverado Resort course in Napa. It was part of the two-time NBA MVP's strong day with the driver. 

Mickelson gave Curry some tips on the course, and Curry apparently returned the favor. Lefty took a page out of his partner's book, replicating his signature shimmy. 

It has been a big month-and-a-half for Curry on the golf course. Curry announced in August that he would fund the golf program at Howard University, a historically black institution, for six years, as part of a larger effort to make golf more inclusive and accessible outside of affluent country clubs. The 31-year-old also hosted his annual charity golf tournament earlier this month.

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But with the Warriors beginning training camp next week, is Curry ready to get back on the court? 

Seems fair to say he is. 

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