Tony Romo's wife Candice shows off her golf swing during Byron Nelson telecast

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CBS Sports analyst Peter Kostis liked Candice Romo's set-up, but had some advice for her downswing.
By John Holmes
PGA.com

Series: Golf Buzz

Published: Tuesday, June 02, 2015 | 6:47 p.m.
 
Not too many years ago, Tony Romo spent his summers playing in charity golf events and even trying to qualify for the U.S. Open. He's not playing so much high-profile golf these days, but it's clear that the game is still very much a part of the Romo family.
 
During last weekend's telecast of the AT&T Byron Nelson, Romo's wife Candice was featured in CBS Sports' "Help Me Kostis" segment. And as analyst Peter Kostis noted, Candice has a pretty good swing of her own – which is no surprise, seeing as how she's always been athletic.
 
 
The Romos' oldest son, 3-year-old Hawkins, also makes an appearance in the segment. And, oh the irony – the strongest part of young Hawkins' swing, Kostis pointed out, is the weakest part of Candice's. But that's all right. While Tony is busy chasing that elusive Super Bowl for his Dallas Cowboys, his wife and son can help each other get better – and challenging him for the title of best golfer in the family.
 
Here's Candice's segment: