When you think of golf, you think of elitists in their polo shirts and of course, Holly Sonders. Holly Sonders definitely has to be the hottest golf player of the time and that’s not all. She is also the hottest sportscaster of all time and undoubtedly the boldest one! Currently a primary broadcaster for FOX Sports’ United States Golf Association, Sonders started her golf career at a very young age and by very young age, we mean as a seven-year-old.
While in high school, Sonders competed in all sorts of golf tournaments earning herself an amazing academic and athletic record. However, golf wasn’t Sonders major career goal. She went to study journalism at Michigan State University, on a full athletic scholarship. During her time in MSU, she took part in many competitions. In 2006, she competed in the United States Women’s Amateur Championship. Sonders even scored a place for her team in the Big Ten Conference championship in 2007. Cited as a 93 rounds veteran, Sonders has made the first shot in the NCAA Regional Tournament thrice and participated in the NCAA Championship tournament twice. In 2006, Sonders competed in the United States Women’s Amateur Championship. Since golf wasn’t her primary career interest, she embarked on journalism career at WBNS-10TV in Columbus. After a short stint with the WBNS-10TV, she worked as a sideline reporter for Big Ten Network before moving onto KATV where she gained wholesome experience as a field reporter. At the age of 23, she auditioned for NBC’s Golf Channel and as she had abundant experience as a former collegiate golfer, she landed the part.
In her early days at NBC, she was an original cast member of “Morning Drive”, NBC’s hit morning talk show. Given her beauty and charming presence on camera, Holly Sonders has made a number of appearances on television like ‘School of Golf’, ‘Playing Lessons with the Pros’, and so much more! For sizzling up the television screen every she’s on it, Sonders is one of Golf Channel’s most popular personalities and undeniably the hottest one. She joined FOX Sports in 2014 and worked as a reporter and presenter at USGA events. She also reports for NFL games!
Now that was all about her career and professional life but this hottie definitely has a very interesting personal life too. But here’s a sad fact for all of Sonders’ die-hard fans. She’s married to NBC Sports Network’s host Erik Kuselias. They met when they were working together as hosts for Morning Drive. And this was no normal affair. Kuselias was married at the time and what he had with Holly was an extra-marital affair so that’s a whole different story right there. But we cannot really blame Erik now, can we? Holly Sonders is very hot and charismatic at the same time. Now wonder he couldn’t resist having feelings for his co-host.