Tony Romo is upset and has now switched his game plan for this week’s AT&T Byron Nelson.
The 39-year-old and not to mention former NFL quarterback and current football television analyst said Monday he expected to play well this week, however, has heard rumblings that people don’t believe in him.
Therefor, he doesn’t plan on having any expectations at Trinity Forest Golf Club.
“This place is my home course,” Romo said. “But if no one believes I can compete with the world’s best golfers, what’s the point of even playing? What’s the point of even living?”
“If that’s the case, I should’ve just sat behind the Dallas Cowboys offensive line without a helmet.”
Romo last competed at the PGA Tour’s Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship in March.
He played like horse shit and missed the cut by 17 strokes (79-80).
Romo added the reason he had expectations coming into this week was because he’s posted scores of 65 and 66 at this golf club before.
“I’ve played well here,” he said during a guest appearance on NFL Network early Tuesday morning.
When asked why he was talking about golf during the segment, Romo responded with a thumbs up.
According to BetOnline
Will Romo make the cut?
Yes: +1800 (18/1)
No: -6600 (1/66)
How many shots will Romo miss the cut by?
Over/ under: 11 1/2
Romo’s highest score on any hole
Over/under: 7 1/2
Romo’s lowest score on any hole
Over/under: 2 1/2
Romo’s lowest score in any round
Over/ under: 75
Romo’s score on No. 1 in Round 1
Birdie or better: 13/4
Bogey or worse: 37/20
Will Romo finish in last place?
Yes: -130 (10/13)
No: EVEN (1/1)