Golf Channel 'School of Golf' co-host Blair O'Neal announces pregnancy
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Golf Channel ‘School of Golf’ co-host Blair O’Neal announces pregnancy


Blair O'Neal is pregnant and expecting a baby around the Masters in 2020.

The Golf Channel personality and co-host of the network's "School of Golf" program took to social media on Nov. 7 to reveal the news she is expecting a baby next April.

In the video she posted, O'Neal hits a putt that is then slowed down to show the words "Baby" on one part of the rolling golf ball and "April 2020" on the other part. She and husband Jeff Keiser, who has been an assistant athletic director at the collegiate level, have been married since 2013.

A number of O'Neal's Golf Channel colleagues weighed in with congratulations, including the network itself:

O'Neal took over as co-host of the show with instructor Martin Hall in 2017 from Sara Brown Radley, who had been with the network for three years and had taken maternity leave.

A product of Arizona State University, O'Neal has been teaching alongside Hall going on three years now. The show is well-received, and it's become the bedrock of the network's instructional programming. O'Neal was first introduced to the Golf Channel audience through the "Big Break" series, appearing on several seasons, including finishing as runner-up on the Prince Edward Island season and winning the Dominican Republic season. She has also hosted other Golf Channel shows, including "What's In the Bag" and "Donald J. Trump’s Fabulous World of Golf."

As a professional golfer, O'Neal competed on the Symetra Tour for several seasons.

You've seen Blair O'Neal pictures for years, as she has been a staffer with Cobra Puma Golf, including modeling full-time for several years as part of her non-stop schedule.

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