DORSET star Georgia Hall described as “very special” the opportunity to represent England at this week’s UL International Crown.

The 22-year-old will team up with Charley Hull, Jodi Ewart Shadoff and Bronte Law for the four-person team event, set to be held at Jack Nicklaus Golf Club in South Korea.

The Wimborne-based professional was unveiled as a competitor in the eight-nation matchplay showpiece, which gets under way on Thursday.

Hall said: “It’s very special to me.

“It was one of my goals to make the team at the start of the year because I narrowly missed out a couple of years ago.

“To play in the Solheim Cup was massive for me and it’s very rare for us to play in team events. To play with Charley, Jodi and Bronte, I think it’s going to be a great week.

“I first met Charley at the English Under-13s Amateur Championship. We grew up playing amateur golf together in teams and were always foursome partners.

“Now we are on the same our together, it’s nice to be able to get close to her again.”

Seeded fourth, England are set to lock horns with South Korea, Australia and Chinese Taipei in Group A. America, Japan, Thailand and Sweden occupy Group B.