Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (a +.3 handicap) may have given up playing as much golf as he used to, but there is still plenty of talent in the Romo family, according to GOLF Magazine Top 100 Teacher and CBS Sports analyst Peter Kostis.
Romo’s wife, Candice, and his 3-year-old son, Hawkins, were both featured in the Help Me Kostis instruction segment during the CBS broadcast of Sunday’s final round of the AT&T Byron Nelson.
Kostis tipped Candice off to some lower body movements she could fix to create more power. He also pinpointed Hawkins’ ability to bend his knees and “sit down” to the ball right before impact. In the end, the analyst called Tony a “third-stringer,” something he hasn’t heard in more than a decade.