GEORGIA Hall appears on course to make the cut at the US Women’s Open.

The Wimborne-based star today carded a one over par second round of 73 at Trump National GC in Bedminster, New Jersey.

She had earlier played the final hole of her first round, knocking in a birdie to card a one under 71 after storm delays hit day one’s action.

That left the former Canford Kid level for the tournament, with the top 60 plus ties securing their places for the weekend.

Beginning her second round at the 10th, Hall endured a difficult opening nine, dropping two shots at the par-three 14th and letting another fall by the wayside at the 17th.

The 21-year-old’s back nine proved a chequered affair, the former Curtis Cup ace making five birdies but also one bogey.

Three of those birdies came in her final four holes, going some way to erasing the pain of an additional double bogey at the seventh.

Hall has only played in the US Women’s Open on one previous occasion, when she missed the cut in 2015.

A fortnight ago, the Dorset player finished tied for 46th at the prestigious Women’s PGA Championship, contested at Olympia Fields Country Club in Chicago, Illinois.