DORSET star Georgia Hall is aiming for Canberra Classic glory this week – and would celebrate victory in the Australian capital with a McDonald's.

Top of the Ladies' European Tour order of merit, the 21-year-old had tonight been due to get her campaign off and running in the picturesque setting of Royal Canberra.

Despite a string of hugely impressive finishes in the past 12 months, Wimborne-based Hall is still seeking her first LET win and her third as a professional.

And asked by the Ladies' European Tour how she would celebrate if she won this week, Hall said: "I don’t really celebrate. I don’t like alcohol, so I’d probably just go shopping or eat my favourite foods.

"After you play golf for five hours you’re starving. I usually get a chicken burger and a cheeseburger as well, so two meals!"

Hall, who was tied-third in last week's Oates Vic Open, added: "I’m playing for three weeks in Australia and I love coming here. I want to do well this week, that’s for sure.

"There are a lot of good players here so whoever’s going to win will have to be on their game. I will focus on my game and see what happens."

The Solheim Cup ace warmed up for the tournament by securing victory in the pro-am.