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Holly Sonders Leaves Golf Channel for Fox Sports

(Photo: @holly_sonders/Twitter)

Congratulations to Holly Sonders on her big career move. She's leaving the Golf Channel after several high-profile years to join the new golf team at Fox Sports. Fox, remember, is taking over what had been NBC's USGA tournament coverage.

Sonders was a very popular face at the Golf Channel, and the channel put her on the air a lot: She was cohost of Morning Drive and School of Golf and was also seen frequently on Playing Lessons, among other places.

Holly is the third member of the new Fox Sports golf team named so far; the other two are host Joe Buck and analyst Greg Norman. Sonders might be working with Buck in another capacity, too: She'll also appear as a sideline reporter in the network's NFL coverage.

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