CBS analyst and former Dallas Cowboys Quarterback, Tony Romo, is taking his shot at the PGA extremely seriously. 

Tony will tee off at the Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship this weekend while many of the big-name pros play at the WGC-Dell Match Play, and he’s been working hard on his game, as a result, he doesn’t see him wife and kids very much. 

Via Golfweek:

“I’ll be treating it very serious,” Romo told reporters Tuesday. “My wife will tell you she hasn’t seen me much over the last month. But if you know me at all, I think you know if I care about something I’m going to commit to it 100 percent. So like I said, you’ll get the best I’ve got this week.”

From the PGA Tour:

Love said that Romo looked as committed as any TOUR player during his preparation. Love arrived early to the course on Sunday and saw Romo already practicing. And after watching him, Love said that Romo’s move on the ball isn’t out of place on a PGA TOUR driving range.

“His swing looks great on the range, and the noise his ball makes is the same as the guys next to him. He’s taking it really seriously,” Love said. “As an athlete he prepares for football games weeks in advance like we do (for) PGA TOUR events in advance, so I think he’s eager to get going.“

Tony doesn’t miss his wife, he’s seen plenty of her over the last few years. He loves Golf more than anything. At this point in his life, his wife will give him a free pass on trying to make the tour. In the meantime, check out a gallery of Candice Crawford below. If I were Tony I’d miss the hell out of her.