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Georgia Hall

Georgia Hall won the AIG Women’s Open at Royal Lytham & St Annes in 2018, just five years after triumphing in the R&A Women’s Amateur Championship.

Hall’s victory wasn’t just special because it was her first major, but also because her dad Wayne caddied for her that week.

A superb final round of five-under-par featured numerous highlights, and Hall was the first British winner of the event since Catriona Matthew clinched the title at the same venue in 2009.

Hall – who began playing golf aged seven after her dad took her to a driving range near their Bournemouth home – doubled her LPGA win tally when she triumphed in the Cambio Portland Classic in 2020.

The three-time European Solheim Cup player is a two-time Ladies European Tour order of merit winner, in 2017 and 2018.

Hall lost to Celine Boutier on the first extra hole of a play-off in the LPGA Drive On Championship in March 2023.