DORSET star Georgia Hall plans to enjoy some well earned rest and relaxation after a fruitful three-week trip to the United States.

The 21-year-old finished on eight over par and tied for 51st at the Women's US Open at Trump National GC in Bedminster, New Jersey on Sunday.

Hall tweeted: "Shame my golf wasn't that great this weekend, but happy the way I played last few weeks! Looking forward to a week off at home to recover."

The former Canford Kid's final round of 75 was enough to win her £10,000, taking her earnings from her trip Stateside to £55,000.

A tied eighth finish at the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic banked Wimborne-based Hall more than £34,000, while her tied 46th effort at the Women's PGA Championship the previous week secured her £10,500.

Next up for Hall, who has risen to 90th in the world rankings, is the £1.2million Ladies' Scottish Open a week on Thursday.

That is followed the week after by the £2.7m Women's British Open at Kingsbarns Links in Fife. That tournament will be followed by the announcement of Europe's Solheim Cup side, with Hall a near certainty to make the team as she currently tops the Ladies' European Tour's Solheim Cup rankings.