Who is Holly Sonders?


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Holly Sonders is a sports journalist and broadcaster with an extensive background in the sport of golf. As of 2015, she works for Fox Sports on the channel's United States Golf Association programs and is a sideline reporter during National Football League broadcasts.

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Holly Sonders played golf at Michigan State University and twice earned Academic All-Big Ten honors. She completed her degree in journalism and immediately went to work as a reporter in her native state of Ohio. Sonders would move on to the Big Ten Network as a sideline reporter for soccer before landing at the Golf Channel's morning show, "Morning Drive." She worked extensively as a contributor on many shows on the Golf Channel before joining Fox Sports in 2014.

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