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Former Fox Sports sideline reporter and Golf Channel host Holly Sonders announced this week that she has officially opened her very own site HollySonders.com, and from the look of things, it’s her version of OnlyFans where fans must pay to see her content.
“Lounging in a teeny lace bra, thong and fishnet leggings (fire emoji) Want to spoon with me? LOL,” Holly, who was one of the faces of Fox Sports’ coverage of the 2015 U.S. Open when the network began its golf run, wrote on her first post.
“Up close and uncensored in this set!” Holly announced Wednesday. The content then really started to roll on her new site, which still says “subscribe now for free.” Reddit users claim you have to pay per post to see Holly’s content.
It’s been quite a ride for the former Michigan State golfer, who burst onto the scene with Golf Channel. Things really exploded for her after a 2013 Golf Digest cover shoot and interview. Holly was 26 at the time, and Golf Channel’s “Morning Drive,” where she was a studio host, was on fire thanks to a resurgence from Tiger Woods.
In that interview, we learned how Holly found herself talking golf with the greats of the game.
“I got the contact info for Joe Riley [senior director of news & talk] from someone else and badgered him via email and phone until he finally called me back. I was just a 22-year-old kid out of college. He said ‘You need to do live TV. You need to improve and learn the biz.’ I went to Little Rock and did hard news—homicides, tornadoes, all kinds of stuff. I did that for almost a year before Joe brought me in for an interview. They took a chance on me, and the rest is history.”
Holly has since been married and divorced from sportscaster Erik Kuselias, had her run with golf at Fox Sports, started doing college football sideline work, dated Kliff Kingsbury and ultimately ended up spending 2019 with Instagram gambling tout Vegas Dave. The two split in April.
When asked by Golf Digest in 2013 about her life plans, Holly indicated she’d like to become a golf instructor. “That’s a big goal, to become a certified PGA of America teaching professional. I would love to be able to communicate to our audience that way,” she said.
It’s unclear if that’s still the plan, but Monday she opened a new website where fans can pay to keep up with the latest in the life of Holly. Maybe there will even be golf instruction on there one day. Stay tuned.