Cowboys fans who get irritated every time Tony Romo swings a golf club are in a for less-stressful spring and summer.
Romo will be playing a lot less golf during the off-season, according to a report by ESPN Dallas.
Romo has passed on playing several top amateur tournaments as well as qualifying for the HP Byron Nelson Championship and the U.S. Open.
He declined a chance to play in the Azalea Invitational, a top amateur tournament in Charleston, S.C. Romo is also giving up a spot in the local Adams Golf ProScratch tournament, an event he's won before.
Romo hasn't spoken publicly since the end of last season, including after he got a six-year, 108 million extension at the end of March.
One can only speculate that the reduced time on the links is a reaction to Jerry Jones' statements during the draft that Romo will be spending "Peyton Manning-type time on the job."
Jones said he wants Romo to put in 11-hour workdays, six days a week not counting game days - at the Cowboys' Val...