Good move for Holly?
Agreed, she maxed out her exposure from GC, it was time for her to take the next step in her career. It will be interesting to see how she is used by FOX since I wouldn't say she's qualified to do much else than be the Erin Andrews of golf, I can't even see her on the sidelines of NFL games but we'll see.
I think it is probably a good move for Holly. I have no idea what they were paying her at Golf Channel, but I doubt it was that much, she was one of several faces on Morning Drive which has a pretty small niche audience in the overall scheme of things. Playing Lessons were mostly Holly Watching opportunities and fluffy filler for when there wasn't a tournament somewhere to broadcast.
I expect she's as competent to play the part of "microphone whisperer" as a lot of the other commentators you see covering various tournaments. At least she's got some personality and is worth seeing which is more than you can say for some of the retired tour pros that have turned up in the booth (cough... Johny Miller).
That's just plain misogyny. I'm surprised the moderator let it pass.
Stating facts followed by a conclusion that someone was looking to advance her career is misogyny now?
Do you have anything to say about the topic instead of just commenting on others?
I think Holly began in television sans makeover, and it would not surprise me if a consultant advised her to enhance her physique to advance her television career. I remember reading a study back in the Dark Ages of my college years - mid to late 70's - that an audience is more likely to believe and listen to an attractive individual. I think that study still holds in the Age of Celebrity.
Holly apparently took the advice to her breast (and nose), and acted on it. She has a strong, likable, sparkling personality in front of an audience and knowledge of golf. Whether she can take her talents to more than golf will be entertaining to her golf audience. Can't blame a girl for ambition.