Last weekend he wrapped up play in the Azalea Invitational, a major amateur tournament that draws a field including some of the top collegiate and amateur golfers in the U.S. Golfweek reports:
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo finished T-34 at 19-over 303, a shot ahead of former U.S. Amateur runner-up and Walker Cup captain Buddy Marucci. Romo shot 2-under 69 in the third round.
Romo posted rounds of 73-80-69-81 to finish at 19-over 303. That 303 total is better than it sounds when you take into account that nobody finished below par - and only two golfers did better than 8-over - in the event played at The Country Club of Charleston in South Carolina. The winner, University of Alabama-Birmingham golfer Zack Sucher, finished at even.
Other notables: All-American and Curtis Cup team member Webb Simpson, second, 2-over; top college golfers Trent Leon and Kevin Tway, 8-over; Trip Kuehne at 14-over.