|Date of Birth:||1962, July 2|
|Age:||56 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 Feet 10 Inch|
|Birth Name||Brandel Eugene Chamblee|
|Famous Name||Brandel Chamblee|
|Birth Place||St. Louis Missouri|
|Currently Working For||Golf Channel|
|Net Worth||$5 million|
|Weight in KG||70 kg|
|Currently Married||Bailey Mosier|
|Married to||Karen Chamblee and Bailey Mosier|
|Children||Son Brandel Chamblee Jr, Brennen and a daughter named Bergen|
|Current City||Scottsdale, Arizona|
|Started career as||golf player|
|University attended||University of Texas|
|Full Name||Branden Eugene Chamblee|
|Birth Date||July 2, 1962|
|No. of Twitter Followers||181 k|
|Height||5 feet 10 inch|
Branden Eugene Chamblee is a famous golf analyst and former golfer currently working for Golf Channel. In addition, he is a one-time winner of PGA Tour and currently serves as a lead studio analyst for the Channel covering live streaming of several championships.
The resident of Scottsdale, Arizona, Chamblee reportedly earns around $100,000, as his annual salary and reportedly has an estimated net worth of over $5 million. Brandel is currently married to his girlfriend Bailey Mosier. He was previously married to his first wife Karen Chamblee. He has three adopted children.
As of 2019, Chamblee has an estimated net worth of around $5 million, including his all properties and earnings.
Not to mention, Chamblee is working for one of the most prominent sports networks in the in the field of broadcasting and the network is also recognized for paying a nice amount of salary to its commentators and analyst.
Being a regular analyst for the Golf Channel, he earns a satisfactory amount of money from the network. The Golf Channel 's salaries range from an average of $42,290 to $105,698 annually. Hence, Chamblee might be earning an annual average salary of around $100,000
Besides, his broadcasting career, Brandel earned a good amount of money from his playing career. During his 15 years professional career, he made career earnings of about $4 million.
Brandel married Karen Chamblee in 2000. They were in relation since their school days and dated for many years prior to tying the know. The couple first adopted two children named Brandel and Brennen. Karen gave birth to their first child named Braeden but their newborn daughter died nine days after the birth.
The couple adopted the third child Bergenin 2003. All of the three adopted children are from the same mother.
After living together for years, they both divorced but the reason for their divorce is still kept secret. Brandel was lost by the death of his first child which brought misunderstanding between the couple. He ended his professional career same year and might have divorced due to the same thing.
After his divorce with Karen, Brandel remained single for 15 years and later started having an affair with the Golf Channel Morning Drive co-host Bailey Mosier. After 6 years of relationship, he married her at the Arizona Country Club in Phoenix on 30 December 2016.
Branden, after the death of his infant child, set up a memorial playground at Phoenix Children's Hospital.
Currently, he lives in Scottsdale, Arizona, along with his family, and has a beautiful home there.
Branden Eugene Chamblee was born on July 2, 1962, in St. Louis Missouri. He holds an American nationality and belongs to the White ethnic group and his star sign is Cancer.
Brandel attended the University of Texas and completed his Bachelor's degree in Speech Communications. He started playing golf when he was still in school and realized that he was not only very good but that he was one of the top players in the competitions.
In 1985, Chamblee turned a professional and had his first PGA Tour victory. He shared the first-round lead at the Masters Tournament in 1999 and was one of the top 100 for money earnings on the tour for six straight years.
Chamblee lost his PGA Tour card in 2003 and later worked as a lead studio analyst for the Golf Channel, Golf Central, and its " Live From" Championship coverage. In one of his interview with golf digest, he said:" Tiger Woods got the least out of his talent of any player in history".
After the retirement announcement of the Johnny Miller recently in January, Brandel wanted to replace him in the booth on NBC telecasts but was given to Paul Azinger, who worked alongside Mike Tirico while in ESPN.
After Brandel commentated on Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson replied to Brandel saying the analyst “has made his commentating career on denigrating others.”