DORSET sensation Georgia Hall is just four rounds away from earning an LPGA Tour card after triumphing Stateside.

The former Canford Kid fired a final round of four under par to win the Stage II qualifying tournament at Plantation Golf & Country Club in Venice, Florida.

Wimborne-based Hall ended two shots clear of Csicsi Rozsa on 12 under having started her final 18 a shot behind the Hungarian.

A top-80 finish would have been enough to make it through to the Stage III qualifier after which 20 tour cards will be handed out.

But victory will undoubtedly give Hall a huge confidence boost and supplement her belief following a highly consistent year to date on the Ladies' European Tour.

Hall is currently third in the LET order of merit having amassed nearly £290,000 in prize money from eight events.

She will contest the Stage III qualifying tournament at LPGA International in Florida from November 27-December 3.

Tournaments are played far more regularly on the LPGA Tour, primarily in the United States and Asia.