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Holly Sonders Joins Golf Channel

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(Photo by Mark Ashman/Golf Channel)


holly sonders golf channelMeet the newest member of the Golf Channel team, Holly Sonders. Sonders is joining the Golf Channel's new morning show, Morning Drive, which begins airing weekday mornings, 7-9 a.m. ET, on Jan. 3.

Holly will "provide tournament and news updates as well as the top headlines of the day at the bottom of the hour," the network said in its announcement.

Sonders joins the Golf Channel from KATV in Little Rock, Ark., where she was a news and sports reporter, and she also was a sideline reporter on the Big Ten Network in 2009. She previously worked at WBNS in Columbus, Ohio, and prior to that was a four-year member of the Michigan State women's golf team.

The fact that the Arkansas State Golf Association posted a farewell to Sonders on its blog, and thanked her for her dedication to golf, certainly bodes well for golf fans.

See also: Check out our Q&A with Holly

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