Holly Sonders’ Age, Career, Bio & Husband



Holly Sonders is one of the more popular names in golf, and she’s set to gain much more notoriety as she serves as FOX Sports’ studio host during the 2016 U.S. Open.

So, who exactly is she?

After graduating from Michigan State–where she was a standout golf player for four years–in 2009, the Marysville, Ohio native has quickly risen through the ranks of sports personalities. She skyrocketed in popularity during her time at the Golf Channel, where she hosted shows such as “Morning Drive,” “School of Golf” and “Playing Lessons with the Pros.” Preparing for their 2015 US Open coverage, FOX Sports hired her in July of 2014.

She was selected for the cover of Golf Digest in May of 2013 and has been named one of golf.com’s most beautiful women in the sport the past three years.



During the 2015 US Open, Sonders made a lot of headlines, although they weren’t all positive. She drew some criticism for her player interviews, and that criticism peaked when she asked Jordan Spieth about a fifth outfit immediately after his historic win.

Sonders took it all in stride, though:

Sonders is also a part-time NFL reporter for FOX, as she got an opportunity to show off her versatility–and perhaps get a little redemption after her controversial summer–this past football season.

In her personal life, she is married to Erik Kuselias, who was reportedly suspended by ESPN for sexual harassment in 2009 and now hosts the “Erik Kuselias Show” on NBC Sports Radio.

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