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February 11, 2011

Romo, partner Daly way back at Pebble Beach

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and pro golfer John Daly were at 7-under par for the tournament, tied for 82nd and 13 shots out of the lead, after two rounds of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in California.

Romo, a scratch golfer, and Daly opened with a 65 on Thursday but faded to 70 on Friday.

Bryce Molder and EMC executive Harry You hold the second-round lead at 20 under, and D.A. Points and actor-comedian Bill Murray are in a tie for third.


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I was routing for Bill Murray in this for no apparent reason. :)

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I am tired of hearing Romo and his Golf activities. We do not care. What we really care about is how much extra work is Tony doing this off season to prepare himself to be the best quarterback he can be. The NFC has some good young quarterbacks and he is not getting any younger. Stop with the distractions Tony and focus on Football....please.

Perhaps if Romo would concentrate more on his golf and less on distractions like football, he might make the cut in these tournaments. lol

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