Kay Cockerill Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, Golf Channel

Kay Cockrill

Kay Cockerill

Kay Cockerill Biography

Kay Cockerill is an On-Air personality presently now serving at Golf Channel as a commentator and sports analyst.  Since officially joining in 1995, she has been a part of the station’s family.  Cockerill was awarded several awards including Women’s Amateur championships the 1986 and 1987, and a professional golf player previously.

He received a Bachelor of Science degree in economics from   California Los Angeles University.

Kay Cockerill Age

Cockrill was born in the United States of America on 16 October 1964. He is 57 years
old as of 2021.

Kay Cockerill Height

She stands at a height of 5 ft 6 inches/ approx. 1.67 m tall.

Kay Cockerill Education

Cockerill attended a local high school for her High School Diploma. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in economics from   California Los Angeles University in 1982 later on.

kay Cockerill Family

Cockerill is a reserved person and has not revealed the information to the public regarding her father, mother, and siblings despite being in the public eye.

Kay Cockerill Husband

Cockerill is married to her charming husband Danny Dann. Presently, Dann serves for San Francisco Giants the three-time World Series-winning and the family currently resides in San Francisco.

Kay Cockerill Salary

Cockerill earns an annual salary of $20,000 – $ 100,000 per year, according to Golf Channel Sports anchors/reporters’ salaries.

KayCockerill’sl Net worth

She has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

Kay Cockerill Career

Cockerill serves since officially joining in 1995 as a commentator and sports analyst in San Francisco at Golf Channel currently. She mainly covers the network’s PGA TOUR coverage, Web.com Tour, and LPGA Tour there.  Cockerill also contributes to the coverage of the Drive Chip, Women’s NCAA Golf Championships.

And Putt Championship National Finals additionally. Cockerill participated for nine years on the LPGA Tour and was a professional golf player before joining her journalism career. During her professional career as a golf player, Cockerill was awarded Women’s Amateur championships both in 1986 and 1987.

She won a two-time All-American Awards. Furthermore, Kay in the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame is the only female golfer during her years as a student at the University of California.