Tony Romo taking part in charity golf tournament in Texas
How is Tony Romo keeping busy during the coronavirus pandemic? He’s playing golf for charity.
Romo is slated to participate in a 54-hole fundraising tournament for caddies at the Maridoe Golf Club in Carrollton, Texas this week, according to Bob Harig of ESPN. The event will be closed to media and spectators, and is aiming to raise funds for caddies who are currently struggling to find business due to the pandemic.
Social distancing will be enforced at the event, and there will be no caddies except as walking scorers for each group. Former NBA player Deron Williams is also listed as a participant.
Romo is a huge golfing enthusiast who has actually tried to qualify for major events before. He’ll appreciate the chance to play, and he’s doing it for a good cause, too.