For the decade that Tony Romo was the Dallas Cowboys QB, the most hated enemy was anyone on the Eagles—the Cowboys NFC East division rival.
But now that he has moved on to golf in his NFL retirement, the eagle is his best friend.
As evidenced by this chip shot by Romo yesterday in his third PGA Tour start this week at the AT&T Byron Nelson played at Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas. And it doesn’t matter if you’ve never heard of the club because Romo has. It’s the four-time Pro Bowler and current CBS analyst is a home course.
So he knows the greens as well as anyone in the field.
As evidenced by this chip-in eagle on the par-5 7th hole.
The eagle got him to two under par for the round.