DORSET star Georgia Hall reckons she has done plenty of growing up in the past two years.

The 21-year-old turned professional three and a half years ago and has since recorded two wins, topping the Ladies' European Tour's order of merit in 2017.

Hall earned her LPGA Tour card in December and is set to tee it up at the Women's Australian Open in Adelaide, with the £935,000 tournament due to begin tomorrow night (UK time).

Speaking to the Ladies' European Tour, Hall said: "As a person, I’m a lot different to two years ago, as in my golf and myself.

"I’ve grown up a lot and my mentality is a lot better and my golf has improved a lot, so I’m a more grown-up Georgia now."

Hall is in the midst of a five-week stretch abroad having opened her year with a tied-third finish at the Oates Vic Open near Melbourne and a tied-ninth effort at the Canberra Classic.

After the Australian Open, she hopes to play in the Honda LPGA Thailand before contesting the Women's World Championship in Singapore.

On the bag for the former Canford Kid this week will be boyfriend Harry Tyrrell.