J.R. Smith humbled by experience of competing in first college golf tournament for N.C. A&T


Maybe once settles into a groove as a freshman college golfer it will be as smooth as his jump shot when he was starring in the NBA. Smith, 36, completed a historic three rounds for the N.C. A&T golf team at the Elon Phoenix Invitational in Burlington on Tuesday. There were plenty of curious on-lookers with Smith trying another sport. (Greensboro News & Record)

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J.R. Smith humbled by experience of competing in first college golf tournament for N.C. A&T


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