Tony Romo had a weekend to remember forever when he played the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am with Tiger Woods. Romo had a good weekend hitting the ball. Meanwhile, Woods slipped out of the top 10 in the final round on Sunday to finish tied for 15th at eight under par.
Some might look at this weekend and shrug at any thought of an impact on the Dallas Cowboys quarterback. Cowboys fans might look at it as a mere brush in the limelight for Romo. They might see it as a publicity stunt. Others might see it as an opportunity for Romo to flake at a different sport.
Football fans in general might see Romo and Woods as an odd juxtaposition of athletes, a golf legend in Woods standing next to a quarterback often thought of as a choke artist in Romo.
However, this line of thought would be cruelly superficial. Such thinking dismisses any encouragement or pointers Romo might have received from Woods. This attitude treats Romo as unable of learning from a sporting legend like Woods.
Truly, Romo benefited greatly from golfing with Woods this weekend. Follow along to find out what Romo gained from playing with Woods.