Holly Niederkohr Net Worth 2021, Early Life, Career and Achievement

Holly Niederkohr Net Worth

Holly Sonders is an American former college golfer and a broadcasting journalist. Let’s review Holly Niederkohr Net Worth. She currently is a broadcaster for the FOX channel. American journalist and sportscaster Holly Sonders Niederkohr, famously known as just Holly Sonders, is one of the most popular faces in the sports anchoring industry. She now works mainly as the main host of the USGA (United States Golf Association). Continue reading for more details.

Holly Niederkohr Net Worth

Besides, she also often works as the sideline reporter to cover collegiate football for Fox Sports. Due to her gorgeous look, she has made a buzz since she entered the media industry.

Early Life and Biography

Sonders was born Holly Niederkohr on March 3, 1987, in Marysville, Ohio, USA, to Dan(father) and Sandy Niederkohr(mother). She has a brother and she does not have any sister.

She started playing golf at a young age. In high school, she earned all-league and all-district honors for four years and was named league and district MVP. Apart from golf, Sonders also played baseball and basketball in her high school.

She majored in journalism at Michigan State University, where she won many titles and honors. Sonders entered her senior year with a 78.47 career stroke average and is the most experienced athlete at the university with a total of 77 collegiate rounds played.

Personal Life

Holly Sonders is married to Erik Kuselias after having an engagement in 2012. But this couple’s conjugal life didn’t last long. As Holly has posted a Twitter post on 22 Aug 2017 saying that she has filed a divorce case over a year ago and we are not living together.

This divorce was because of Kuselias bad reputation. Holly has also found that also says that Erik is in an extramarital affair with Stephania Bell. This man was suspended by ESPN for sexual harassment in 2009.

After this split, Holly started to move on and she is now dating a coach. His name is Kliff Kingsbury and is the head coach of Arizona Cardinals.

Sonders belongs to a sporting family where she has seen her mother playing golf since her childhood. And with her mother’s influence, Holly also started to develop a keen interest in this sport.

She also started wanting to become a professional golfer during that time. During her high school days, she took it seriously and participated in several tournaments all over the United States. Besides golf, she also played baseball and basketball at that time.

She tested her first success as she won both the UCT National championships and the American Junior Golf Association title as a 14-year-old kid.

Holly then participated in the US Women’s Amateur Championship in 2006. Shortly after, she led the Spartans, Michigan State University’s golf team to win the Big Ten Championship in 2007.

Holly then participated in the NCCA Championship and NCAA Regional Tournament at that time. She also received the Academic All-Big Ten honor.

Professional Career

Before entering the field of journalism and reporting, she also played golf as a collegiate golf player. During her heydays, she achieved many awards as a young athlete.

But right after completing her graduation in journalism, she entered the Media field.

And recently in January 2019, she created a huge buzz in the American media after announcing her relationship with Arizona Cardinals’ coach Kliff Kingsbury.

Sonders changed her name from Holly Niederkohr to Holly Sonders during her professional career. While playing collegiate golf, Sonders suffered a knee injury for which she underwent surgery.

Unable to play like she used to, her major in journalism helped to transition from actively playing golf to broadcasting.

She wanted to join the Golf Channel after college but was told that she needed more TV experience. So, Sonders went to Little Rock and worked as a news broadcaster for a year before landing an interview and eventually a job at the Golf Channel in 2011.

At the Golf Channel, she rose to fame with the shows like Morning Drive, School of Golf, and Playing Lessons with the Pros. She was also featured on the cover of the online portal Golf Digest in 2013.

Sonders left the Golf Channel for Fox when the network just in time to cover the U.S. Open in 2015, after being hired in July 2014. She served as FOX Sports’ studio host during the 2016 U.S. Open.

Sonders has appeared in GOLF.com’s Most Beautiful Women in Golf three times. A former golfer, she made her debut as an NFL sideline reporter at the end of 2015.

Holly Niederkohr Net Worth

While her salary is not known, she has a net worth of around $6.5 million.

After having quite a successful stint as a collegiate-level golf player, she suffered a horrific injury in her knees. And for that, she had to undergo a knee surgery that literally ended her career.

Holly Niederkohr Net Worth

 

She then channelized her love for sports and moved to the field of journalism to become a sportscaster. Holly completed her major in broadcast journalism and started her apprenticeship for the WBNS-10TV in Columbus.

During that time, she also worked as a reporting member of the Large Ten Community. Moreover, she also worked for the KATV as an area reporter.

Holly then applied to the Golf Channel which they instantly rejected while telling them that she needs more TV experience.

And to gain more experience in live TV, she joined Little Rock in 2010 after finishing college. She continued to work for them for a full sports season.

Her dream came true in 2011 when she finally cleared the interviews and landed her job on the Golf Channel.

Holly then started hosting several popular golf programs such as the ‘Playing Lessons with the Pros’, ‘School of Golf’, and ‘Morning Drive’ in Golf TV.

The Golf Digest then featured her on their cover in May 2013. Shortly after, she joined Fox Sports as a sportscaster in July 2014.

According to the recent financial reports of 2020, the current net worth of Holly Sonders is estimated to be around $6.5 million.

Since she started her career in professional journalism in 2009, she accumulated her net worth through her contract with several TV channels and media houses.

Holly now withdraws an annual salary of nearly $2 million from various television networks.

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