A SUBLIME final round of 66 earned Dorset star Georgia Hall her first top-10 finish on the LPGA tour this season.

The Wimborne-based professional finished in a tie for seventh at the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic in Oneida, Wisconsin.

Ranked 40th in the world, Hall banked more than £30,000 in prize money after finishing 17-under-par at the event alongside seven other players.

Following rounds of 66, 69 and 70, the former Canford Kid set the ball rolling on Sunday with a birdie at the par five third before picking up another shot on the seventh.

The par fives continued to be fruitful for the 2017 Solheim Cup star as she recorded an eagle three at the long ninth to reach the turn four under for the day.

With no blemishes on her card, Hall had to wait until the 15th to pick up another shot before a closing birdie on the 18th ensured she made the top 10.

Hall finished a staggering 14 shots behind South Korea’s Sei Young Kim, who blew away the rest of the field to finish nine clear of Spain’s Carlota Ciganda.