Tony Romo Wins American Century Championship; Survives A Sudden Death Playoff

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While the reality of multi-sport athletes is ordinary, it's still exciting to watch one-sport athletes switch it up. This weekend (July 8th-10th), the 33rd annual American Century Championship witnessed various athletes step on a surface they're rarely seen at-- the golf course. But when it was over, Tony Romo emerged victorious, surviving a sudden-death playoff against Dallas Wings defenseman Joe Pavelski and former MLB All-Star pitcher Mark Mulder.

The acclaimed CBS commentator, who's also a former Pro Bowl quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys, is now a three-time winner of this event. And while the rest of the field consisted of other talented part-time golfers-- including reigning 4x NBA Champion Stephen Curry, and NFL star quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers, Patrick Mahomes, and Josh Allen-- Romo's consistency and clutch play were unmatched by his peers as he finished with a score of 62.

But more impressively, the 2022 American Century Championship caught some of the attention of sports fans despite it being a jam-packed weekend-- men's and women's Wimbledon finals, Yankees vs. Red Sox, the NBA Summer League, and WNBA All-Star Weekend. But with highlights like this, how could you turn away from it?

And what's an golf outing without Charles Barkley?

Salute to the American Century Championship for hosting another fun event!

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