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Romo gives up Golf

Tony Romo has given up golf to save his back
Posted by Michael David Smith on July 1, 2014, 7:27 AM EDT

Golf isn’t Tony Romo’s game anymore.

Romo was once a good enough golfer that he won amateur tournaments and came close to qualifying for the U.S. Open, but Romo says that his offseason back surgeries the last two years have caused him to give up on the sport.

“It’s been awhile,” Romo told the Dallas Morning News of his golf hiatus. “Almost a year and a half.”

Romo said he doesn’t view forsaking golf as a sacrifice, just as something he wants to do to become the best Cowboys quarterback he can be.

“You’ve got to get yourself healthy then figure out where you’re at and go from there for everything,’’ Romo said. “It’s not just golf. It’s a way you live life. I don’t think about it as [giving up] golf. It’s just life. You want to give yourself the best chance to succeed on the football field.”

If success on the football field means time off from the golf course, that’s a trade-off the Cowboys will be glad to see Romo make

Tony has plenty of years left to work on his golf game. But the football yrs are slipping away.

I just wonder how many Golfers have come back from an injury like Tony had?

LoneStar wrote:
I just wonder how many Golfers have come back from an injury like Tony had?

We need our stat man  Bevo on this one, I bet he can find it

Woods had back surgery and has not recovered yet. I'm sure Tony will keep an eye on how Tiger does when he comes back.

Tony plays basketball, soccer and who knows what else. Maybe he should just concentrate on football. I don't see any other QB's doing the things Tony does.
El Kabong

I'll so miss watching him play, hey never saw him play oh well.

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