Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo's competitive nature always showed up on the football field and now shows up in the CBS broadcast booth.
And all along? It's always been on display on the golf course as well, the four-time Pro Bowler recently telling the Subpar Podcast that he is often on the course practicing "for a good six to eight hours."
That practice might just come in handy in April when, thanks to a sponsors exemption, he will be competing on the Korn Ferry Tour in as he takes part in the 2021 Veritex Bank Championship.
Organizers of the Veritex Bank Championship announced Tuesday that Romo will play in the event from Texas Rangers Golf Club in Arlington.
This will mark the sixth career professional event Romo has played in since 2018. He has yet to make the cut in the previous five tournaments.
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Romo apparently carries a +1.8 handicap, and he has competed in multiple pro events on exemptions. He has also advanced to sectional qualifying for the U.S. Open.
Romo has played in four events on the PGA Tour: the 2019 AT&T Byron Nelson at Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas, and the 2018 and 2019 Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship in the Dominican Republic, and the 2019 Safeway Open at Silverado Resort in Napa, California. He is yet make the cut in any event he’s appeared in so far.
The 2021 Veritex Bank Championship will take place from April 22-25.