Cara Robinson Banks is a British sports broadcaster, TV anchor, and golf reporter. Cara Robinson Banks is famous as a co-host of Golf Channel’s popular show “Morning Drive”.
Table of Biography
Cara Robinson Banks was born on the 7th of August, 1985. Her birthplace is in London, England. This person is currently 36 years old and her zodiac sign is Leo. Her parents are Michael and Sarah Robinson. Moreover, her father runs his own golf organizing company whereas her mother has served as president of British Alpine Racing Ski Clubs. Likewise, she has a younger brother named Myles Robinson.
Cara studied at Ashdown House Prep School along with her brother. Then, after a few years, she was shifted to Beneden boarding school. Sadly, her brother died at the age of 23. Therefore, in December 2009, Myles went missing while he was on an annual ski trip held at Wegan, Switzerland. And, Myles was confirmed dead when his body was found on steep cliff. Further, Cara began a Charitable trust under his brother’s name after his demise.
Professional Life and Career
Cara is a famous sports broadcaster, TV anchor, and golf reporter. This reporter is popular for her incredible reporting skill on Golf Channel. Moreover, before joining the Golf Channel, she worked as a reporter for Sky Sports Golfing World. And, while working there, she covered all major golf reports. She is also famous for presenting Golf Central and covering the live report of the PGA Tour.
This reporter has also contributed to Wimbledon, London, 2012 Olympics, World’s Strongest Man (2013), and Taste Festivals. However, over years, Cara has covered some major sports in Golf and other sporting events. This personality also gets featured in NBC Sports. Moreover, Cara has covered all the major sports in Golf during her time as a reporter.
Working for a few years at Sky Sports, this reporter moved to Orlando to grab the opportunity to work as co-host of Golf Channel’s show ‘Morning Drive’. Therefore, she took the place of Holly Sonders after she left the network. Cara became a well-known face by working as the host of the show. However, after some years, this reporter was replaced by Paige Mackenzie.
Moreover, this reporter’s work experience also includes as a reporter of the 2012 London Olympics. Likewise, in the year 2017, she hosted the World Golf Hall of the Fame induction ceremony. Moreover, she even covered the report of the Ryder Cup in the year 2018 that was held in France. Also, Cara presented the Golf Central covering reports on Golf. Despite her popularity and fame, she has not received any brand endorsement deals as of now. However, it is possible that in near future, she might start to endorse brands.
Cara is married to Oliver Banks. She changed her name professionally and on social media from Cara Robinson to Cara Banks after she tied the knot with Oliver. Moreover, the pair first met in the year 2010 and started dating in 2011. Amazingly, the two were in a relationship for nearly 5 years. Interestingly, these love birds share a love and passion for sports.
Finally, on 23 December 2016, they engaged and got married on October 6, 2017. Their marriage took place at Royal Cinque Ports Golf Culb. Moreover, the beautiful couple is blessed with a son named Jesse Jagger Myles Banks. Recently, on 23rd November 2021, the couple welcomed a baby girl and they named her Antigone Jocelyn Millie Banks. Presently, this famous reporter is having quality time with her husband and kids.
This reporter has a height of 6 feet 1 inches or 185. Likewise, she has a weight of around 60 kilos or 132 pounds. This personality has a good body figure and her body measurements are 32-23-35 inches (chest-waist-hip). Similarly, her hair color, as well as eye color, are both dark brown.
Social Media and Net Worth
Her Instagram page ‘@carabanksgc’ has earned more than 19.4K followers. And, her Twitter account ‘@CaraBanksGC’ has amassed over 32.7K followers.
As of 2022, this famous reporter’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $1 million. However, her earnings are based on her salary from hosting golf and other sporting events.