Sarah Stirk is a golf presenter on Sky Sports.
Sarah started presenting golf on Sky in January 2012, replacing Diana Dougherty, who had left the broadcaster the month before.
Stirk began her broadcasting career on MUTV, the channel for Manchester United. She has also presented on BBC’s East Midlands Today.
She spent two years covering the PGA Golf Tour on Setanta Golf.
After Setanta’s demise in 2009 she started presenting sports news for the BBC, appearing on the BBC News Channel in the UK and BBC World News, including Sports Today.
She worked briefly for Sky News before joining the Sky Sports golf team.
In an interview with Attitude Magazine in June 2021, Sarah announced she was a gay woman and wants to have a voice in the LGBTQ community.
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