Steph Curry has a knack for leaving people stunned. The Warriors star's insane scoring ability has left many jaws on the floor during his time in the NBA.
But that effect isn't just for the hardwood, as Curry's golf game also can elicit memorable reactions from the best in the world.
On Wednesday, Curry played in the pro-am at the Memorial Tournament alongside reigning Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama, and cameras caught the No. 14-ranked golfer in the world giving a priceless reaction to one of Curry's tee shots.
Hideki didn't know the two-time MVP could move it like that on a golf course.
It's hard to say if Matsuyama was surprised at how well Curry struck the ball, impressed or a little bit of both. But there's no doubt Curry loved the display Matsuyama put on at Augusta National in April when he became Japan's first male major champion by virtue of a one-stroke win over Will Zalatoris.
With the Warriors being eliminated from the play-in tournament, Curry will have some extra time to work on his golf game this summer before turning his attention to getting Golden State back to title contention next season.
Meanwhile, Matsuyama will hope to get back into the winner's circle at Muirfield Village Golf Club this week, and get his game in a good place for the 2021 U.S. Open which tees off in two weeks at Torrey Pines.