DORSET star Georgia Hall could find herself sharing a golf course with American President Donald Trump when she tackles the US Women's Open.

The talented 21-year-old is today due to begin her campaign at the £3.9million tournament at Trump National GC in New Jersey.

And speculation is rife in the American media that Trump could make an appearance at his Bedminster club during the course of the event.

A Federal Aviation Administration notice posted on Monday hinted Trump may visit between Friday and Sunday but no formal announcement has been made.

Wimborne-based Hall is due to play alongside India's Aditi Ashok and Germany's Sandra Gal, the trio due off at 6.47pm UK time.

The former Oakmead College pupil on Sunday won her biggest prize pot to date, a £35,000 haul at the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic.

Solheim Cup hopeful Hall, who is ranked 96th in the world, is bidding to become the first Englishwoman to win the US Open in two decades.

The 156-strong field is set to be reduced to 60 plus ties after tomorrow's second round.