"It was an unbelievable experience, and to shoot two 74s, I'll take that", said Curry, who will nearly assuredly miss the cut at the event held in Hayward, Calif.
Curry's opening 74 was one shot better than one of his playing partners. It could have been those 80, 90 talks I heard going into the tournament. And Sam Ryder won last week on the Web.com Tour.
Curry, a two-handicap playing on a sponsor's exemption, said earlier in the week he had two goals: to make the cut and "just have fun". "But 4 over is really good. It's a lot of pressure, and he exceeded my expectations". Numerous players - Padraig Harrington, Webb Simpson and others - voiced their congratulations and encouragement over Twitter.
"Clearly, he is", Johnson said. "I don't know that golf course".
"There may be a couple of athletes on the PGA Tour, maybe Dustin Johnson or Gary Woodland, who could look athletic on a basketball court, but they aren't going to play to the level that he did as a golfer".
Bank of England: inflation blip is 'entirely' temporary
Mr Alan Clarke, a rate strategist with Scotiabank, said: "The door is still open to a hike, but it does not look imminent". The MPC now predicts investment in 2020 to be 20 percentage points lower than what it had forecast before the referendum.
Libya strongman Haftar warns Italy over ships
The mission was announced last week, when Italy said that the assistance was requested by Libya's UN-backed government. Italy controlled Libya from 1911 to 1943, fighting a series of bitter wars against Libyan resistance forces.
Gas explosion in school kills two people in Minnesota
Tyner declined to say if those people were school employees or part of the construction crew, which he said was doing boiler work. The explosion was thought to have taken place among one of the older parts of the building, neighbors and one student reported.