Meet Kelly Tilghman Partner, Rocco Mediate; Married, Husband, Daughter, Biography, Age, Wikipedia

Kelly Tilghman is married to Rocco Mediate, according to certain reports. However, no reliable sources have confirmed their relationship.

Moreover, on May 21, 2015, Kelly shared a photo of herself and Rocco Mediate holding a newborn daughter.

Roco married Jessica Mediate in 2014, and the couple has three children: Marco Mediate, Nicco Mediate, and Rocco Mediate, according to his Wikipedia page.

Furthermore, no reliable sources have revealed the facts, thus we are unable to give confirmed information.

Who is Rocco Mediate? Wikipedia

Rocco Mediate is an American professional golfer who has won six times on the PGA Tour and three times on the Champions Tour. In the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines South Course, he finished runner-up after losing the first sudden-death hole after an 18-hole playoff to Tiger Woods. In 2016, Mediate won the Senior PGA Championship, one of the five senior majors.

Mediate was born in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. According to the Golf Channel, he is the son of a barber and has Italian ancestral heritage. Mediate attended Hempfield Area High School. When he attended Florida Southern College, he was a member of the golf team. His close friend Lee Janzen, another PGA Tour pro, also played there. They helped lead Florida Southern to the 1985 Division II national team championship.

Who is  Kelly Tilghman? Net Worth, Wikipedia

Kelly Tilghman, an American sportscaster, and the anchor has an estimated net worth of $5 million in 2022, as per players wiki.  Not to forget, her money was accumulated over the course of her 22-year career at Golf Channel, which expired in 2018.

The average annual income for anchors, hosts, and reporters at Golf Channel is $52,619, according to reports.

Tilghman might have commanded substantially more than the median compensation because she was the PGA Tour’s first female lead golf broadcaster.

In brief, we all know Kelly Tilghman as “The Golf Channel” presenter. In addition, she is the PGA Tour’s first female lead announcer.

Kelly also attended Duke University and played golf there. She also worked as a course analyst for The Golf Channel on the side. Among her accomplishments, serving as the primary play-by-play commentator on the PGA Tour is noteworthy.