Tom Abbott Biography
Tom Abbott is a sports commentator, broadcaster, and journalist. He is best known for his work with NBC and The Golf Channel. Abbott serves for coverage of the European Tour, PGA Tour, and LPGA Tour as a presenter and commentator.
He has been a co-host of The Big Break since 2010. Abbott served in Charlottesville, Va for WCAV-TV as the sports director before coming to Golf Channel.
Tom Abbott Age
Abbott was born in London, England, United Kingdom, on December 7, 1981. He is 40 years old and on December 7, 1981, every year celebrates his birthday.
Tom Abbott Height
He stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches/ Approx. 1.75 m tall.
Tom Abbott Education
Abbott joined Wilson’s School in Wallington, Surrey. During his teenage years. At Junior and Men’s level, he was a keen golfer representing Surrey. Abbott was also playing golf team for the England Schools’. He moved to the United States to attend the University of Mercer in Macon, Ga later. Abbott served in Atlanta for CBS affiliates, the ABC, CBS-46, and WPGA-TV while there.
Tom Abbott Family
Abbott has managed to keep his life private regarding his family members and siblings despite being in the public eye.
Tom Abbott Wife
Abbott is a handsome guy of a young age who enjoys and values his career and life. However, he has managed to keep his life private regarding his marital status. Hence it’s not known whether he is dating, single, in an open relationship, or married.
Tom Abbott Salary
Abbott receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000, according to Golf Sports Channel anchors/reporters’ salaries
Tom Abbott’s Net worth
He has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Tom Abbott Career
Abbott 2005 joined Golf Channel. He serves for the network’s LPGA as a play-by-play host of a Tour tournament and tower announcer. Along with PGA TOUR events and elects European Tour as of now. Abbott also served for Big Break as the co-host of the network’s reality competition series additionally.
He served in Charlottesville, Va for WCAV-TV as the sports director before coming to Golf Channel. Abbott has served on various Solheim Cup broadcasts and major championships during his time at Golf Channel.
He has contributed tournament coverage to NBC Sports Group’s Ryder Cup moreover. Abbott’s most memorable moments made a historic run at the Claret Jug including. At Turnberry when Tom Watson the 2009 Open Championship. He served in Atlanta for CBS affiliates, the ABC, CBS-46, and WPGA-TV while there.