Romo will play the First Stage of the Web.com Tour qualifying tournament Sept. 25-28 at Firewheel at Garland Bridges Golf Club near Dallas.
The former Cowboys quarterback is trying to earn Web.com Tour membership.
Tony Romo has competed in in a number of U.S. Open qualifiers, and he will now try to earn his Web.com Tour card.
The 38-year-old NFL great held off ex-St Louis Cardinals pitcher Mark Mulder by three points to win the celebrity tournament at Lake Tahoe.
The defensive end would rather stay close to Texas A&M and play for the Dallas Cowboys.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wants those inside the organisation, including himself, to stop publicly discussing Tony Romo's future in Dallas.
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