Tony Romo chases his golf dream and plays in a web.com tour qualifier today 

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NFL commentator and former quarterback Tony Romo will begin his pursuit of a Web.com Tour card Wednesday.

Romo, 38, is entered in the Lantana, Texas, pre-qualifier for Web.com Tour Q-School. He is listed as an amateur with a plus-0.4 handicap, but he can turn pro prior to the opening round of any stage.

Romo has gained plenty of tournament experience over the past few years. Earlier this year, he shot 77-82 while playing on a sponsor exemption at the PGA Tour’s Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship. A few months later, he shot 77 in a U.S. Open local qualifier.  

According to the Web.com Tour, Romo, who now works as a CBS analyst for the NFL, is the first former athlete to try and gain Web.com status since Mardy Fish, a former tennis pro, attempted the feat in 2014.

Approximately 228 qualifying positions are available at pre-qualifying sites around the country. The Lantana field size is 68 players, and the number of available spots will soon be determined.

Well, there it is, Tony just chasing the dream a part of us wishes we could all chase but unfortunately most of us have real jobs and commitments that does not allow us the time to do this. Tony is a solid player though and is right up there with Steph Curry, I personally do not think he quite has the game to consistently compete with these web.com tour players week and week out, but I know he can definately have a few rounds sporadically that may make you think other wise. Either way, Good luck Tony.

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