TITLE-chasing Georgia Hall looks set to complete a trio of top-10 finishes for local golfers at prestigious tournaments across the globe.

The Wimborne-based star holds a two-shot lead over Australia’s Minjee Lee heading into the final round of the LPGA Tour’s Cambia Portland Classic.

And Hall, 22, will be aiming to follow up her Women’s British Open victory of last month when she tees it up at 10.05pm (UK time).

Poole-born Hayley Davis, a close friend of Hall’s, came close to a triumph of her own.

The Ferndown-affiliated player led the way going into the third and final round of the Allerum Open in Sweden having carded rounds of 66 and 71.

A closing 75 saw the 25-year-old slip back to a tie for seventh but she is now 10th in the LET Access Series order of merit in her rookie year on tour.

Meanwhile, Jack Singh Brar held his nerve to win his second professional title and his first on the European Challenge Tour.

The Remedy Oak star, who turned professional 12 months ago, shot a final round of 67 to take a three-shot victory at the Cordon Golf Open in north-west France.

Wellow-based Singh Brar had headed into day four in the box seat having carded 69, 65 and 64 at Golf Blue Green Pléneuf-Val-André.

And despite pressure from Spain’s Adri Arnaus, the 21-year-old kept his head to finish on 15 under par.

As a result of his victory, Singh Brar is within touching distance of earning a European Tour card for next year.

The top 15 in the Road to Ras Al Khaimah will receive cards.

Singh Brar’s first professional title came at the Red Sea Little Venice Open in Egypt in February, an Alps Tour event.

He also finished tied for second in his first Challenge Tour tournament in April – the Turkish Airlines Challenge – for which he banked 18,000 euro.