Ladies European Tour: Georgia Hall delighted to secure tour card

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Hall relief after securing LET card

Georgia Hall said Christmas had come early after securing her place on their Ladies European Tour for next year.

The 18-year-old earned her card by finishing second after five gruelling rounds at Tour School in Morocco.

Hall, from Dorset, turned professional earlier this year, having won the British amateur title in June 2013.

"I was just really happy it was over to be honest. It was a long two weeks. Morocco was very hard and hot," she told BBC Radio Solent.

Hall travelled to north Africa after recently finishing joint 38th at the Dubai Ladies Masters where she achieved a hole in one, which won her a sports car.

And now Hall says she can focus on the next stage of her career - having had a fine amateur career.

"I don't need any presents now," joked Hall, after completing Tour School with a final round of 71.

"It means I play in every European event next year. I won't have to rely on invites and can qualify for the majors. I'll have a busy year."

Asked for her targets for 2015, she replied: "To win my first European Tour event and qualify for as many majors as I can - but also a consistent year with as many top 10s."

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