April 4 (UPI) -- Superstar Stephen Curry is known for long-distance shooting, but he also has impressive vocal range.
"So look, you are, without question, the greatest shooter of all time," Corden told Curry in a video of the skit posted on YouTube.
"I'm trying to be, man," Curry said. "I've got a couple more years. I like longevity so I'm chasing some greats."
Corden told Curry he could help him improve his life.
"I feel like what I can bring to your live is making every aspect of your life great," Corden said. "And you know where we start? On the golf course."
Curry said he had a 3 p.m. tee time, but Corden drove the duo to an indoor miniature golf course.
"Today I'm going to pick him up," Corden. "Whisper some wisdom and send him on his way."
The duo stretched and danced before Corden gave the two-time NBA MVP a pep talk. Curry practiced teeing off on a golf ball that sat on Corden's lips.
After stopping the dangerous shenanigans, Corden tried to get Curry to stop being nice to the onlookers at the course.
"I thought British people were supposed to be nice," Curry said.
At the end of the round, Corden said "Bagger Vance" shot a 77, while "Curry Underwood" knocked in a 59. After losing that matchup, Corden tried to challenge Curry in other games. He later lost in air hockey, rock, paper, scissors, and a dance arcade game. Curry even guessed what number Corden was randomly thinking of in his head.
When the duo departed, Curry begged Corden to allow him to participate in Carpool Karaoke.
After warming up by repeatedly saying the name of Curry's teammate "Zaza Pachulia," the duo belted out How Far I'll Go from Disney's Moana and Love is an Open Door from Frozen.
Curry and Corden also sang the songs while wearing mouthguards, Curry's signature on the court. The superstar even had a birthday cake featuring the protective device for his 29th celebration last month.
The four-time all-star is averaging 25.2 points per game this season but is shooting a career-worst 40.4 percent from 3-point range.