|Birth Name||Brian Hollins|
|Birth Place||New Jersey, US|
|Famous Name||Brian Hollins|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Married to||Carli Lloyd (M. 2016)|
Brian Hollins is a former professional American golfer who works at the Trenton Country Club as an Assistant Golf Professional. Further, he is also a Willow Brook Country Club's professional teacher and coach. Also, he is well known as the husband of two-time Olympics gold medalist soccer player, Carli Llyod.
Brian Hollins, as an assistant teacher, might be earning $30,000 to $80,000 annually and his net worth is reported to be $1 million. Further, he married his long term girlfriend, Carli after dating for almost two decades.
Brian Hollins has accumulated an enormous amount of wealth as a successful golfer and coach. As of 2019, he is estimated to have accumulated a net worth of approximately $1 million. It is reported that a golf player's average salary is estimated at $35,000-$80,000 annually in Trenton Country Club.
According to the sources, his wife Carli, the two-time Olympic gold medallist and World Cup winner has $500k in net worth.
Brian also has his golf equipment insurance, injuries from third parties, golf ball injuries. Further, he has subscribed policy of insurance starting from $1000 a month to $150,000 a month. Brian has insured in Bouvier Insurance & Philadelphia Insurance, according to sources.
Yes, Brian Hollins belongs to the married club. Further, he is married to his spouse and American professional soccer player, Carli Llyod. Brian Hollins exchanged the vows with his girlfriend of 15 years on November 4, 2016. Growing up in Delran City, New Jersey, they first met each other in 2001.
Brian Hollins had been dating since high school as she was his junior.
On their second anniversary, his wife showered her love on him posting a picture of them with a caption, that read:
"I crave a love that adds value to my life. I don’t want a relationship, I want a partnership. Someone to aid me up to the mountain of life and guide me through the valleys of adversity. Someone who is able to breathe in sync and dance by my side through thick and thin. I want that grind-together kind of love,
with a best friend I can build an empire beside. -Tene Edwards. Happy 2-year anniversary love! See you soon"
The neighbors in Delran City, New Jersey's Llyod & Hollins Family had Vermes Field separating their homes. Before they began dating, the High School Sweethearts Brian & Llyod were family friends and have been in love since then.
His wife Carli is an Olympic gold-medal winner and a professional football player.
Talking about his height and weight, the golf coach is1.85 m tall and weighs about 169 lbs. He has short light brown hair with blue colored eyes.
Brian holds an Athletic body build. However, the exact measurements of his body are still missing.
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Brian Hollins was born on July 14, 1984, in New Jersey with the Cancer zodiac sign. As per his birthdate, he is 35 years old in 2019. Also, His father Bobby Hollins and his mother, whose detail is still unrevealed, raised him in his hometown. Brian belongs to the nationality of the Americans and is white.
Hollins finished his high school study in Delran High School New Jersey. Further, he joined the South Golf Academy in Altamonte Spring, Florida after finishing his high school.
After training at the Golf Academy of South in Altamonte Spring, Florida, Brian began his career as a professional golfer. He competed in both the Hooters and the Tarheel Tour, qualifying for the U.S. Open the second extra hole to record a birdie. He currently serves as an assistant golf professional at New Jersy's Trenton Country Club.
He was a pro and assistant teacher at Will Brook Country Club before he started working as an assistant golf professional and he also worked for three years at the Laurel Creek Country Club.
His wife Carli Lloyd, on the other hand, is a well known American soccer player. She is the World Cup Champion as well as the Olympic Gold Medalist twice. In the first 16 minutes, Lloyd scored three times to lead the U.S. to a 2013 Women's World Cup victory over Japan.