DORSET star Georgia Hall is keen to get her Ladies' European Tour campaign off to a flying start in Australia.

Winner of the order of merit last year, the 21-year-old had tonight been due to tee it up at the £372,000 Oates Vic Open, a tournament she won in 2016.

Speaking to the LET, Hall said: "I’ve got some great memories as being here was a really happy moment for me. It’s great to be back after missing out on last year.

"This is a big tournament for me, simply because it was the biggest win I’ve had and the first tournament of the year is important because I want to get the year going and off to a good start.

"There are some really good players here that want to do well. The wind here is very strong so I think it’s all about club selection and keeping the ball down low.

"You have to take your chances on the par fives, as they are not very long this week. That is where you are going to score the most birdies. It’s about hitting the ball straight and holing as many putts as possible.

"I feel ready. I’ve had a good break. I think I needed that because I was quite tired at the end of last season. I’m excited to get going, more so than any other year."