Shane Bacon Biography
Shane Bacon is an American journalist. He working as a co-host and play-by-play commentator for Golf Channel. He joined NBC SPORTS in December 2020. Shane attended a local school for his elementary studies. He later joined the University of Arizona where he graduated with a degree in journalism.
Shane Bacon Quick Facts
- Birth Name: Shane Bacon
- Nickname: Shane
- Age: 48 years old
- Date of Birth: 13th November
- Place of Birth: Marshall, Texas, United States
- Height: 5 feet 9 inches
- Weight: Moderate
- Education: Joined the University of Arizona where he graduated with a degree in journalism
- Father: Monte
- Mother: Eliza
- Siblings: Alicia
- Marital Status: Cindy Bacon
- Children: Not Known
- Occupation: Journalist
- Salary: Not Known
- Net Worth: $ 1 million – $ 5 million
Shane Bacon Age
Bacon is 48 years old as of 2023, he was born on 13th November 1975 in Marshall, Texas, United States. He celebrates his birthday on 13th November every year.
Shane Bacon Height
Bacon stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 meters). However, details about his weight and other body measurements are not available to the public. We will update this information once it is out.
Shane Bacon Family
Shane is the son of Monte and Eliza. He has a sister by the name of Alicia and a half-sister Monica. He also has two nephews, Sam and Jack.
Shane Bacon Husband
Bacon is married to Cindy Bacon. They first met in 2013 and tied the knot on 2 March 2017 in New Zealand. They both live in Arizona. It is not known if they have any children or not. The information will be updated once it is available.
Rise To Fame
He came to the limelight in December 2020 after joining NBC SPORTS. He is working as a co-host and play-by-play commentator for Golf Channel.
Shane Bacon’s Net Worth
Bacon has an estimated net worth between $1 Million and $5 Million as of 2023. He accumulates the wealth through her successful career as a journalist.
Shane got a job at Fox Sports in 2015 as a news reporter. He was later promoted to his current post as a co-host and play-by-play commentator replacing the outgoing Brad Faxon in 2019. Besides reporting, he also co-hosts Golf Today alongside Damon Hack and other two popular golf podcasts, The Clubhouse with Shane and the Get A Grip podcast with PGA Tour player Max Homa.
Shane started reporting for the AOL FanHouse website in 2008. He later took roles on the Yahoo Sports Devil Ball Golf in 2011. Shane moved from writing golf blogs to reporting for Yahoo Sports. He working as a co-host and play-by-play commentator for Golf Channel. He joined NBC SPORTS in December 2020.
Shan is a self-driven journalist. He is a light to the world and an inspiration to many. He encourages us to never give up on dreams and career no matter how dark it looks, we should always strive and hope for the best.