Cowboys Quarterback Tony Romo Withdraws from the U.S. Open

I’m happy that Tony Romo likes to golf, and that he’s fairly good at it. But for a guy that has yet to lead his team to a Super Bowl, I feel a bit like his golfing in the off-season is a distraction. Romo started off well in this year’s U.S. Open qualifying rounds, finishing with one under 71 for the first 18 holes. He was tied for 10th. But then he went 8 over the next three holes, and had a quadruple-bogey on the 19th hole. Then rain held everything up, and besides that the Cowboys had an OTA workout he needed to get to.

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An NFL career is short, and Romo, for a guy that is 30-years old and has never been to the Super Bowl, doesn’t have that many years left. He will have plenty of years to golf. For now, he should devote 100% of his time to football so he can be a leader and win.

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