Matt Slocum/APThe U.S. Open Trophy will be on the line June 12-15

Matt Slocum/APThe U.S. Open Trophy will be on the line June 12-15

Tolliver wins American Century golf event in Tahoe, Warriors' Curry finishes fourth

STATELINE, Nev. — Billy Joe Tolliver won the American Century Championship for the fourth time, beating fellow former NFL quarterback Mark Rypien with a par on the third hole of a playoff Sunday.

They finished regulation at Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course tied at 67 in the modified Stableford format that awards graduated points for pars or better.

Warriors guard Stephen Curry finished tied for fourth with former NFL quarterback Chris Chandler after entering the final day with the lead. Curry had 17 points Sunday to finish the tournament at 64, three back of the leaders.

Former A's pitcher Mark Mulder was third with 66 points.

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