Holly Sonders Wiki: Casual Talks On Divorce From Husband; Officially Single!
|Date of Birth||March 03 ,1987|
|Age||32 Years 11 Month(s)|
|Birth Place||Marysville, Ohio, United States|
|Ex-Husband||Erik Kuselias (2012-2016)|
|Net Worth||Not Disclosed|
American sportscaster Holly Sonders was dating her fellow host on Golf TV and the couple got married, although for a short time.
The Ohio native is a former college golfer who now is a renowned sportscaster, specializing in golf, making a name for herself initially through Golf TV and latterly through FOX. She is one of the most beautiful ladies in golf.
Here are some quick wiki facts regarding her age, dating affairs, boyfriend, husband, and divorce.
1. Holly Sonders Wiki-Like-Bio: Age, Parents, Education
Holly Sonders was born on 3 March 1987 in Marysville, Ohio. Her father’s name is Sandy Niederkohr--who is a professional doctor. Not much is known about her another half of parents, her mother aside from her name, Dan Niederkohr.
She attended the Marysville High School in her hometown for her high school. Later, she went to Michigan State University to study for a Journalism degree in 2009.
2. Holly Sonders' Career Ladder
The Ohio native, age 32, had interest in playing golf since her childhood. She made quite a name for herself as a collegiate golfer. Winning the 2001 American Junior Golf Association Championship. She also won the National Championship in 2002, which made her famous as a prodigal talent in the golf community.
While playing collegiate golf, Holly took a knock on the knee for which she had to undergo surgery. Physically disabled and high risk of being injured again halted her playing career.
Her major in journalism then came into play as it helped her in the transition from actively playing golf to being a broadcaster.
To pursue her interest in Sports Journalism and broadcasting, she wanted to join the Golf Channel after college but she was rejected and told to gain more TV experience.
With regards to that, Sonders worked as a news broadcaster for a year in Little Rock before landing an interview and ultimately a job at the Golf Channel in 2011.
During her time in Golf TV, she gained popularity as she appeared on many popular shows such as Morning Drive, School of Golf, Playing Lessons with the Pros and many more. Her popularity intensified after she was featured in a cover of Golf Digest in May 2013.
After gaining popularity with her career at Golf TV, she joined Fox in July 2014. Just after joining, she said:
It’s going to be big, it’s going to be fun, it’s going to be loud.’
She was appointed to be a field reporter for 2015 men’s US Open, but she drew criticisms for her inappropriate questions with winner Jordan Spieth. She got out of the blame by stating that she meant it for the winner to lighten up on her Twitter post.
After this, she was moved to the women’s US Open in 2015 and was later promoted to hosting duties, and became a post-game show host from an on-field reporter. A former golfer, she's also served as FOX Sports’ studio host during the 2016 U.S. Open and has even appeared in GOLF.com’s Most Beautiful Women in Golf three times.
3. Married To Golf Channel’s Erik Kuselias
The talented host's stint with Golf TV was fulfilling in every sense, it gave her a platform to achieve big in her career and she also found herself a partner during her stay with the channel.
It was just 2012 and Holly was still working for Golf TV when the big news about her getting engaged to Morning Drive host Erik Kuselias hit the news. Prior to her affair with Erik, there were no rumors of her to have dated any other man and about her past affairs and boyfriends; they still aren't addressed by the sportscaster.
The couple had started dating in 2011 and turned from boyfriend-girlfriend to fiance after their engagement. Much like their engaged news, the couple's getting married also attracted very little coverage.
Boyfriend Cum Husband: Holly Sonders posts a picture with her boyfriend-turned-husband on Twitter (Photo: Holly Sonders's Twitter)
Holly and her husband seemed to be enjoying their union. The couple was frequently seen together in pictures savoring their marital perks and were thought to be having a good marriage relationship but some years later, the relationship took rather a different turn.
4. Divorced Husband Kuselias, Confirmed n Twitter
Sonders and her husband Kuselias got divorced in 2016. Divorce to her husband was also kept low-key just like her marriage, but she did confirm the dissolved marriage in a tweet in June 2017. She said:
I filed for divorce over a year ago...we have not been together in a very long time. Thanks.
The short-lived married relationship with her husband has done little to take away her charm and made Holly Sonders still a gettable lady.
However, Holly herself believes that she now needs a bit of space and is not ready to commit to a new relationship with a boyfriend.
She is cherishing being single and reflecting on how her relationship went downhills with her husband, it is only right that she takes her time!
5. Dating Arizona Cardinals Coach Kliff Kingsbury
It has not been so long of Holly ending her married life but, it looks like she has found new love partner on the beginning of new year. The host and sideline reporter made things public about dating former American footballer Kliff Kingsbury through her Twitter post on 9th January 2019.
Just after Kliff being hired as the coach of NFL team Arizona Cardinals, Holly shared a video of introduction from the Cardinals to congratulate him.
“The desert just got a whole lot hotter. Congratulations @KliffKingsbury, so proud of you”, she tweeted with a love emoji.
Boyfriend on the internet? Holly Sonders congratulates Kliff Kingsbury on his appointment as a coach on Arizona Cardinals on January 2019. (Photo: Holly Sonders's Twitter)
Similarly, she hinted on their relationship with him through her reply on the post. One of her followers commented "Someone has a crush" and Holly replied that she always will, and they are a little past from the crush part.
She even shared the news on her Instagram, congratulating him on his appointment. Kliff, aged 39 was hired by the Cardinals as their head coach, replacing Steve Wilks on 8th January 2019.