Tim Rosaforte Biography
Tim Rosaforte is an American senior writer for the “Golf World Magazine”. He is also a contributor and analyst for the Golf Channel and has authored five books. The son of a mechanic, Tom started taking golf lessons at the age of six.
Tim Rosaforte Age and Birthday
Tim is 64 years old as of 2019, He was born on October 25, 1955, in Mount Kisco, New York. He celebrates his birthday on October 25.
Tim Rosaforte Height
He stands at an average height with a moderate. he is a man of average stature, he also appears to be quite tall in stature in his photos
Tim Rosaforte Family and Education
Rosaforte was brought up in Mount Kisco, New York. Following a very successful athletic career in high school, Tim started attending the University of Bridgeport, Connecticut. He then transferred to the University of Rhode Island, where he completed his degree in journalism in 1977. While at the University of Rhode Island, he made the dean’s list twice and also had a spot as a linebacker on the football team.
Tim Rosaforte Wife and Married
Tim is married to his wife Genevieve Stewart Rosaforte. They have been blessed with two children namely Molly Gibson Rosaforte and Genna Low Bezek. After growing up in Brewster, New York, Tim currently resides in Jupiter, Florida.
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Tim started working for the Tampa Times in 1977, followed by stints at the Sun-Sentinel from 1981 to 1987, The Palm Beach Post from 1987 to 1993, and Sports Illustrated from 1994 to 1996. He then joined the team at Golf Digest / Golf World, where he has been since 1996.
He has also been working as a contributor for the Golf Channel since 2007, as well as being an analyst for NBC during the PGA tours. He is one of a rare breed of journalists who are able to successfully work in both television and print at the same time. Rosaforte has served as the president of the Golf Writers Association of America.
Tim has written five bestselling books: The PGA Tour (1990), Heartbreak Hill: Anatomy of a Ryder Cup (1996), Tiger Woods: The Making of a Champion (1997), Raising the Bar: The Championship Years of Tiger Woods (2000), and he co-authored the 1998 World Golf Hall of Fame Yearbook with Jaime Diaz.
Since the 1980s, he has been involved with corresponding on over 140 professional championships and over 15 Ryder Cups, which makes him a true expert in the field.
He has been an analyst for USA Network, SportsCenter, and even the Today Show. He has written for Golf Illustrated and Links Magazine.
Tim has received more than forty awards for writing during his extensive career, amongst them the PGA Lifetime Achievement Award in Journalism in 2014 and the Lincoln Werden Golf Journalism Award in 2016. Tim plays golf as a way of enhancing his writing and adding layers of knowledge to it.
Tim Rosaforte Illness and Health
Over the course of his more than 40-year career as a golf journalist, Tim Rosaforte has become one of the most respected storytellers in the sport. Golf Channel has announced that Rosaforte, 65, will retire at the end of the year, ending a 12-year stint as an Insider for the network.
Rosaforte parlayed his in-depth reporting skills as an award-winning senior writer for Golf Digest and Golf World into an on-air role with Golf Channel in 2007. By 2018, he was reporting exclusively on the top players and trends in golf for various Golf Channel shows.
Tim Rosaforte Net Worth
Tim Rosaforte has an estimated Net Worth of $500,000-$1,000,000 as of 2020.
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