Tony Romo To Play In 2019 AT&T Byron Nelson Golf Tournament

Tony Romo Will Once Again Test His Golf Game and Play in AT&T Byron Nelson

Tony Romo Will Once Again Test His Golf Game and Play in AT&T Byron Nelson

The AT&T Byron Nelson announced today that National Football League analyst and former Dallas Cowboys quarterback, Tony Romo, has accepted a sponsor's exemption to play in the 2019 tournament at Trinity Forest Golf Club on May 6-12.

It was announced Tuesday that Romo will be taking part in the 2019 AT&T Byron Nelson golf tournament in Dallas this May. He will keep his amateur status at the US PGA event. Romo played his first PGA Tour event at the Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship in March 2018, where he finished last.

Defending event champion Aaron Wise and golf superstar Jordan Spieth are committed to play in the Nelson this year, but the largest contingent of the gallery may be the one following No. 9 around the Dallas course, hoping to see a bit of his trademark magic. Last September, he attempted unsuccessfully to qualify for the Tour. He failed to make the cut in the Dominican Republic, though, shooting 77-82.

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He played in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am as a scratch handicap and hit one of the more memorable shots of the tournament. In July, he won the American Century Championship at Lake Tahoe.

"Following his summer successes, the timing feels perfect" AT&T Byron Nelson tournament director Jon Drago said. Tony Romo is a legendary competitor, a member of Trinity Forest, and long-time friend of AT&T and the Salesmanship Club of Dallas.

Tony Romo is once again going to test his golf game against the best, and this time it won't be in an alternate field event.

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