DORSET golfer Georgia Hall's weekend charge earned her a solid payday in the Far East.

The 21-year-old had been 47th after 36 holes at the Honda LPGA Thailand, contested at Siam Country Club in Chonburi.

But she banked more than £9,100 after carding rounds of 67 and 68 on Saturday and Sunday, respectively, which pushed her up to 30th.

It was an excellent recovery by the Wimborne-based player, who fired one of her more expensive professional rounds on day two, an uncharacteristic 77.

An eagle three on Saturday certainly helped her cause, with five birdies and two bogeys also recorded.

And Hall closed with another five birdies, the only blemish on her card being a bogey five at the third.

The former Canford Kid hit 15 greens in regulation and played 29 putts.

Hall has been on the road for a month, which included appearances at the Oates Vic Open (tied third), Canberra Classic (tied ninth) and Women's Australian Open (tied 13th).

She is due to tackle the £1.07million Women's World Championship in Singapore this week.