GEORGIA Hall immediately set her sights on a hat-trick of Ladies European Tour order of merit titles after securing the crown for a second successive year.

The Wimborne-based professional became the youngest player in history to win more than one order of merit and was presented with her prize at the LET’s end-of-season awards.

She told the tour website: “It still hasn’t sunk in yet.

“I still feel like the same person and player and enjoy playing in every tournament, just playing golf.

“I love the tour and coming home, so I’ll try my best to win this award for a third time next year.”

World number eight Hall also picked up a cheque for more than £17,500 for winning the crown.

Hall, 22, now has a seven-year exemption for membership on the LET until 2025.

The Dorset star was also named players’ player of the year by her peers after a stellar 2018.

She captured her first major at the Women’s British Open at Royal Lytham & St Annes back in August, becoming the first English winner since Karen Stupples in 2004.

In her rookie season on the LPGA Tour this year, the former Oakmead College pupil earned $837,678 in prize money.