DORSET star Georgia Hall revealed her ambition to become world number one as she bids for back-to-back major triumphs.

The 22-year-old’s victory at last month’s Women’s British Open propelled her into the top-10 in the global rankings.

She occupies eighth spot after finishing runner-up at the Cambia Portland Classic last time out.

Another impressive performance in this week’s Evian Championship – the final major of the season – could see her move further up the illustrious list.

Wimborne-based Hall said: “When I won the British I came down quite a lot in the world rankings. I'm eighth now and I think I am the only woman from England to be in the top 10.

“I would like to become world number one, I'm not miles away from that.”

Hall will tomorrow tee it up at Evian Resort in France alongside Sung Hyun Park and Ariya Jutanugarn – the top two ranked players on the planet (11.59am UK time).

More than £2.9million in total prizemoney is up for grabs at the Evian Championship.

The former Canford Kid finished in a tie for 10th last year, five shots behind Sweden’s Anna Nordqvist.