Nicholas Dougherty – born 24 May 1982 – is a retired English professional golfer.
Dougherty was born in Bootle, Merseyside, and attended Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School in Blackburn, Lancashire.
He is a protégé of former professional golfer, Nick Faldo, and had an exceptional amateur career. He won numerous tournaments including the 1999 World Boys Championship and three Faldo Junior Series events.
In 2001 he was a member of the victorious Great Britain and Ireland Walker Cup team.
After his retirement from playing Dougherty moved into the media with a position at Sky Sports Golf as an analyst, pundit and commentator.
Nick married former Sky Sports presenter Di Stewart in 2010.
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