Romo Forced To Quit

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Tony Romo’s bid for this year’s U.S. Open was cut short, due to weather:

Hoping to qualify for the U.S. Open Golf Championship, Romo knew he couldn’t afford weather delays.  Anything that pushed back the 36-hole event to Tuesday would get in the way of his day job.  (A Cowboys practice.)

After a second weather delay and a rough start to his second 18 holes, Romo withdrew from the event.  It wouldn’t have mattered.

Romo played very well on his opening 18 holes, bouncing back from an early triple bogey to shoot a 1-under-71.  At that point, he was in a tie for ninth place, just three shots out of qualifying.  (The top two players at the sectional move on.)

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