"From the moment I stepped on the course, I really felt the love and energy from all the people here," Romo said according to USA Today. "I tried to give them some things to be excited about, and I had some good moments out there. But I had four 3-putts and the one bad hole and that was it. I was encouraged with how I played overall. I just need to get out and do more of this kind of thing. I need to play in more tournaments because golf and tournament golf are two totally different deals."
Romo competed with 107 other golfers on Monday at the 18-hole U.S. Open local qualifier at Split Rail Links and Golf Club in Aledo, Texas.