Jerry Foltz Biography
Jerry Foltz is a Sportscaster and golfer presently working for Golf Channel NBC Sports. As a golfer and sports commentator. In the year 1999, he joined the station. Since 2008, Foltz serves for Nationwide Tour coverage as a Play-by-play host.
And also for Nationwide Tour coverage, PGA Tour, and LPGA Tour as an On-course reporter. He won the South Carolina Classic Web.com Tour and started his golf career in 1985.
Jerry Foltz Age
Foltz was born in Las Vegas, Nevada in the United States, on August 14, 1962. He is 59 years old and every year in August celebrates his birthday.
Jerry Foltz Height
He stands at 6 ft 1 inch/ Approx 1.85 m tall.
Jerry Foltz Education
Foltz attended Arizona University where Jerry won the Arizona Amateur in 1989 and played his college golf. He was also selected as an All-Pac-10 in 1984.
Jerry Foltz Family
Foltz is a reserved person when it comes to matters regarding his family members and siblings.
Jerry Foltz Wife
Foltz is married to his pretty and caring wife Jane. The couple is blessed with a handsome son called Jackson and the family resides in Florida, Orlando. He enjoys spending much time with his son Jackson and his family members, hiking, traveling, and watching sports during her free time.
Jerry Foltz Salary
Foltz receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000, is according to Golf Sports NBC Channel anchors/reporters’ salaries
Jerry Foltz’s Net worth
He has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Jerry Foltz Career
Foltz is currently serving at the Golf Channel NBC Sports as a golfer and sports commentator. In 1999, he joined the station. Since the year 2008, Foltz serves for Nationwide Tour coverage as a Play-by-play host and also for Nationwide Tour coverage.
PGA Tour, and LPGA Tour as an On-course reporter. His first work as National Tour was at the Nike Tour in 1995. Foltz had an auto accident, though, He overcame the injury moreover. He attended Arizona University where Jerry won the Arizona Amateur in 1989 and played his college golf. Foltz was also selected as an All-Pac-10 in 1984.