Georgia Hall won the 2018 AIG Women’s Open at Royal Lytham & St Annes, just five years after triumphing in the R&A Women’s Amateur Championship, and six years after the R&A Girls’ Amateur. Hall’s win at the AIG Women's Open wasn’t just special because it was her first major victory: father Wayne caddied for her that week. A superb final round of five under featured numerous highlights, and Hall's win is the only British triumph in the event since Catriona Matthew won at the same venue in 2009.
Hall began playing golf at the age of seven after her dad took her to a local driving range near their Bournemouth home. She doubled her LPGA win tally when she was victorious in the 2020 Cambio Portland Classic. The three-time European Solheim Cup team player is a two-time Ladies European Tour order of merit winner, in 2017 and 2018.