Steph Curry (left), Ayesha Curry and Workday chairman Aneel Bhusri work together to benefit the Eat. Learn. Play. program. Noah Griffin
While Steph Curry is first and foremost a basketballer, and a superb one at that, he is also immersed in the game of golf. As a passionate player who boasts a handicap of scratch, or better. And as a supporter of the sport in a variety of grow-the-game ways, whether through his Underrated Golf Tour, a junior golf initiative for those underrepresented in the game, or his funding of the men’s and women’s golf squads at Howard University.
A two-time MVP in the National Basketball Association who has led the Golden State Warriors to four NBA titles, Curry is also employing golf as a way to fund an Oakland, California-based charitable organization he and his wife, Ayesha, established in 2019. Called Eat. Learn. Play., it is designed to help end childhood hunger in that city while also ensuring that students ...
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