Who is Cara Robinson Banks?
Cara Robinson Banks is a broadcast journalist from the United Kingdom. She works as a studio host for Golf Central as well as a host of the network’s live news coverage from major tournaments and other key events in golf.
Cara Robinson Banks Age
Robinson was born on August 7, 1985. She is currently 37 years old.
Cara Robinson Banks Height
Baks is a tall woman. She stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch.
Cara Robinson Banks’ Parents
Cara’s mother loves to ski, which is probably why her mother was the president of the British Alpine Racing Ski Clubs. Her father owns a company that facilitates golf vacations. Ideally, her father and her late brother, Myles, won a big golf tournament together.
Cara Robinson Banks Husband
Cara married her husband, Oliver Banks in October 2017 and later adopted her husband’s sir name, Banks. The couple welcomed their first child together, a son named Jesse Jagger Myles Banks on June 1st, 2019.
Their second child, a baby girl named Antigone Jocelyn was born in November 2021. Cara takes pleasure in showing her gorgeous family to her Instagram followers. She showed her love for Chelsea by dressing her kid in a Chelsea jersey.
Cara Robinson Banks’ Salary
Robinson makes around $87,728 every year. She earns her salary from her job as a studio host for Golf Central.
Cara Robinson Banks Net Worth
Robinson has an estimated net worth of $1.6 million. She has built her wealth from her career as a journalist.
Cara Robinson Banks GOLF Channel
Cara began working for GOLF Channel in 2015 as a co-host of Morning Drive, the network’s daily news and lifestyle show. She currently works for Golf Central as a studio host and hosts the network’s live news coverage from major tournaments and other important events.
Before joining GOLF Channel, Banks conducted exclusive player interviews and highlights for the network while also hosting Golfing World on a weekly basis on Sky Sports in the UK. She has previously contributed to @TheOpenLIVE, a live digital broadcast of The Open.
In addition, Banks has helped with the productions for Wimbledon, the 2012 London Olympics, World’s Strongest Man, and Taste Festivals. Three years later, she landed the job of hosting Morning Drive on the Golf Channel Golf Central and PGA Tour programming.
Before relocating to Orlando, she was a presenter for Golfing World in the UK. She has additionally worked for Live at Wimbledon, an online platform that broadcasts tennis matches from the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
Cara emceed both the 2017 Solheim Cup Opening Ceremony and the 2017 World Golf Hall of Fame Ceremony. She frequently provides commentary at The Open for BBC 5 Live in addition to her duties for the Golf Channel and Sky Sports.
Where is Cara From?
Cara is a native of England, she is married and currently resides in Florida.