Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo left the Pebble Beach Pro-Am on Saturday, citing a "commitment at home."

Romo, who now works on the CBS NFL broadcasts, had been paired with Jim Furyk and the duo was tied for 53rd after two rounds.

The top 60 teams advance to the final round. Trent Newby was paired with Furyk in Romo's place for the third round.

Romo's prowess at golf has been well documented. He's a scratch golfer and has tried to qualify for the U.S. Open on multiple occasions.

A shot he hit on Friday from the floor of a hospitality tent went viral as he landed the approach to just a couple feet from the cup on the par-4 15th hole and then easily sank the birdie.

--Field Level Media

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