Golf is more than a post-retirement hobby for former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. He takes it very seriously, competing in PGA Tour events as an amateur and routinely golfing with established pros. In fact, one of his frequent golfing partners, Will Zalatoris, just burst onto the golf scene with a second-place finish at the 2021 Masters.
Romo isn't at that level yet, but he may be getting there. He teed off at No. 10 at the Veritex Bank Championship on Thursday and wowed the crowd with an eagle on his first hole of the day.
Here's another angle of Romo's eagle, which gives you a better idea of how hard the wind was blowing when he hit the ball.
Romo went on to double bogey No. 13, triple bogey No. 17, and birdie No. 16 and No. 18. He's +1 through nine holes and tied for 67th.
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