Sarah Stirk

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Sarah Stirk
Born Sarah Stirk
United Kingdom
Occupation TV Presenter
Years active 2007–present

Sarah Stirk is a British television presenter currently appearing on Sky Sports Golf. Stirk recently sold her luxury agency Xclusive Golf to Golfbreaks.com and continues to work for them as an ambassador.

Broadcasting career[edit]

Stirk began her broadcasting career on MUTV, the channel for prominent football team Manchester United. She has also presented on BBC's East Midlands Today.[1]

She spent two years covering the PGA Golf Tour on the now defunct Setanta Golf.[2] After Setanta's demise in 2009 she started presenting sports news for the BBC, appearing on the BBC News Channel[3] in the UK and BBC World News, including Sports Today. She works for Sky News.

Stirk has also reported on the Open Championship on radio for TalkSport[3] and in 2010 was part of the team on Radio 5 Live's coverage of the PGA Championship and Scottish Open.

Writing[edit]

Stirk contributes to several golfing publications,[4] including Golf International and A Place in the Sun.

Business career[edit]

Stirk sold her luxury agency to Golfbreaks.com in an acquisition deal completed in April 2016.

References[edit]

  1. ^ AWARD WINNERS – CONQUERING CULTURAL BARRIERS East Midlands Development Agency, 23 December 2004
  2. ^ Rory McIlroy interview Holywood Online
  3. ^ a b News and selected assignments David Welch Management
  4. ^ Sarah Stirk's Masters fancies Golf365, 7 April 2010

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