Shane Bacon Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, Golf Channel

Shane Bacon

Shane Bacon

Shane Bacon Biography

Shane Bacon is a journalist now serving for the Golf Channel as a host. And play-by-play announcer in Phoenix. He served at FOX Sports as a host and play-by-play commentator for five years Before joining Golf Channel.

Bacon hosts “The Clubhouse with Shane Bacon”  prominent players both off and on golf space additionally. He likes going out with his family, watching sports, traveling, and playing golf during his free time.

Shane Bacon Age

Bacon was born in Marshall, Texas, in the United States of America, on May 11, 1979. He is 43 years old and on May 11 every year celebrates his birthday.

Shane Bacon Height

He stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 inches/ approx. 1.72 m tall.

Shane Bacon Education

Shane attended a local High School growing up in Texas. He joined Arizona University and received a degree in Broadcast journalism later on.

Shane Bacon Family

Bacon was born under the care of his loving and caring parents Eliza. And Monte in Marshall, Texas, in the United States of America. He holds by birth an American nationality but belongs to the ethnicity Caucasian.

Bacon was brought up along with his nice-looking sister called Alicia, and half-sister Monica. He grew up alongside close relatives including Uncle Merrill. And cousin Taylor,  his aunts Bennett, and Doug, Bennett, and Diane furthermore.

Shane Bacon Wife

Bacon is married to his supportive and good-looking wife Cindy Bacon. The duo is happy to be blessed with a charming son called Henry Johnathan Bacon. The family owns a french bulldog namely, Harlow, and resides in Phoenix.

Shane Bacon Salary

Bacon receives an annual salary of  $10,000 – $100,000, in accordance with Golf Sports Channel anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Shane Bacon Net worth

He has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $5 million U.S dollars.

Shane Bacon Career

Bacon serves for the Golf Channel as a host and play-by-play announcer since December 2020 currently. He served at FOX Sports as a host and play-by-play announcer for five years, where he covered the championships USGA previously.

Bacon started his professional career in 2008 as a journalist when he was hired for the AOL FanHouse website as a sportswriter. He left the website three years later,  Bacon joined  CBS Eye on Golf blogs. And the Yahoo Sports Devil Ball Golf.

He left the Blogs and was hired in Connecticut a golf and lifestyle cable channel as an On-Air personality in 2014. While at the station Bacon also co-hosted on the network a program known as “The Turn”. Bacon served as a caddie in Scotland at the historic St. Andrews links course in 2006.