DORSET star Georgia Hall slipped back to level par after the first two rounds of the Evian Championship.

The Wimborne-based professional opened with a first-round 69 at Evian Resort Golf Club in France before a two-over par 73 on day two checked her progress.

Hall had reached three under for the tournament after a birdie at the par four third in Evian-Les-Bains today.

She did however drop a shot at the short eighth to reach the turn level par for the round.

The former Canford Kid then carded a bogey at the 12th before a stunning second shot into the par-five 15th allowed her to make birdie.

Having found a nasty lie in the bunker off the 16th tee, the 23-year-old had been unable to get up and down for par.

And a further dropped shot on the long 18th meant the world number 30 finished level after two days.

Hall’s opening two rounds are expected to comfortably see her make the cut for the weekend.