Tony Romo’s bid to qualify for the U.S. Open was intercepted.
The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback shot 3-over-par at a qualifying event in Annetta, Texas on Monday and failed in his bid to make the cut and qualify for June’s major, according to Kevin Spain of USA TODAY Sports.
Only the top seven of 117 golfers qualified for the U.S. Open. Romo needed to score 1-under or better to give himself a chance.
A large contingent of Cowboys fans made it out to the Split Rail Links and Golf Club to catch a glimpse of Romo on a new field.
Romo retired from football in April to begin a career as a broadcaster for CBS.
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