Tony Romo, who is by all reports a scratch golfer, will tee it up on a sponsor's exemption in next month's Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship (a new PGA Tour event). This is prompting some to suggest Romo may have a future in professional golf. "He has a lot more time to practice now!" the thinking goes. While it'll be interesting to see how Romo fares, the speculation that he could ever make it as even a Web.com Tour pro is extremely premature.
Ben Alberstadt, Your Editor
Jason Day wants to break the 20-win barrier. Because of his history with back troubles, he knows that no future starts are guaranteed, Randall Mell writes.
The Strokes Gained Guru, Mark Broadie examines the drift toward younger players playing better on the PGA Tour, finding strokes gained stats support the widespread belief that today's young guns pack serious firepower.
Geoff Shackelford looks at the prevalence of the Danish tech company's $20,000 device on the PGA Tour.