Di Dougherty is a leading presenter and corporate events host.
Di’s television career started over a decade ago, with her first TV presenting role on Sky Sports News back in 2005.
Dougherty has become a familiar face on Sky Sports, where she conducts live sporting interviews across a variety of sports.
Her move across to the golf department gave her the opportunity to cover European Tour, PGA Tour events and Major Championships; presenting, live reporting and hosting all around the world.
Di was the front-woman for ‘Golf Night’ and more recently co-host of Sky Sports’ Saturday morning show ‘Game Changers’ with Darren Campbell.
Recent highlights from Di’s career include:
- Presenting the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles and at Celtic Manor in front of an audience of over 100 million.
- Host for the Champions League Final for Vodafone with Alan Hansen.
- Reporter for Live@Wimbledon.
- Host of the QBE Autumn Rugby Internationals at Twickenham Village.
- Co-presenter for the Seve Ballesteros Dinner.
- Host for the European Tour Dinners.
Di is also a freelance reporter for the Golf Channel, where she can be seen conducting player interviews, presenting live reports and co-hosting their breakfast show ‘Morning Drive’ from Florida for a week in the summer.
Di is also privileged to officiate as Mistress of Ceremonies at the Goldie Hawn Foundation annual event in London, is a brand ambassador for Lynx, hosts the Boodles annual tennis at Stoke Park and is host for the Sky Academy Sports Scholarship presentations.
As a leading corporate event host and conference MC, Di Dougherty has worked with companies such as Vodafone, Waitrose, M&C Saatchi, Boodles, John Lewis and O2.
Di Dougherty is passionate about the difference that sport can make to the next generation and is a highly skilled sportswoman herself, having been a member of Cheshire Girls’ and Cheshire Ladies’ golf teams and still playing regularly. She is also a keen tennis player and swimmer.
Di is married to golf pro Nick Dougherty and is mum to Maximilian.