Georgia Hall

Birth Day April 12th, 1996
Birth Place Bournemouth, England
Age 28 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Aries

An English professional golfer, Georgia Kelly Hall is professionally known as Georgia Hall. She is famous for being the player at the Ladies European Tour, LPGA Tour, & ALPG Tour. She is well recognized for being the winner at the Girls Amateur Championship in 2012 & at the 2013 British Ladies Amateur Golf Championship.  
Georgia Hall began her golfing career at Canford Magna Golf Club and won two gold medals at the 2013 Australian Youth Olympic Festival. In July 2014, she began her professional golfing career at ALPG Tour where she won the Oates Victorian Open in 2016. She won the Open Generali de Strasbourg on the LET Access Series. Moreover, she was a part of and won the Ladies European Tour in 2017. She became third place at the Women's British Open and a tie for tenth place at the Evian Championship. She received her first major championship at the 2018 Women's British Open finishing two strokes ahead of Pornanong Phatlum as well as she won the Ladies European Tour Order of Merit for the second time, becoming the youngest player to defend the title. In 2020, she won two tournaments on the Rose Ladies Series, finished second in the overall standing behind Charley Hull, and won at the Cambia Portland Classic where she defeated Ashleigh Buhai in a sudden-death playoff. She was appointed member of the Order of the British Empire in the 2019 Birthday Honours for services to golf. She is active on social media with 44.9 K followers on Instagram, & 29.4 K followers on Twitter.

On 20 August 2021, Georgia Hall continued her bid for a second AIG Women's Open title by taking a share of the lead on day two at Carnoustie. The Women's British Open leaderboard remains crowded after round 2 with Mina Harigae and Georgia Hall currently sharing the lead at seven strokes under par. Georgia Hall shoots 3-under 69 on Friday at Carnoustie Golf Links in Scotland to position herself well heading into the Weekend and Harigae jumped from 11th place to into the tie for first after shooting 67 on under overall. Harigae ranked 65th in the world and aiming for a first career win, joined Hall with four birdies in her final seven holes. Currently, Hall is ranked #43 in the Rolex Women's World Golf Rankings. On 22 August 2021, Georgia Hall was runner-up at this year's Women's Open and will be making her third appearance in the biennial event which takes place at Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio from 4-6 September as well as she and Charley Hull are among six automatic qualifiers for Europe as they defend the Solheim Cup against the United State in September. Nordqvist won her third major on Sunday by winning the AIG Women's Open at Carnoustie, which making a seventh consecutive appearance.

Where does Georgia Hall come from?

Georgia Hall opened her eyes for the very first time on 12 April 1996 under the star sign of Aries. She was born and raised in Bournemouth, England, the United Kingdom holding English nationality, and belongs to English-White ethnic background. She celebrated her 25 birthday on 12 April 2021. Thus, her race is white and her birth name is Georgia Kelly Hall as her name is inspired by Nick Faldo's third Masters' title at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia). Her religious belief is Christian.
Georgia Hall is the daughter of Wayne Hall (Father), and her mother's name is unknown. Her father worked as a caddie for her during the 2018 Women's British Open.
Moving towards Georgia Hall's education, she attended the LeAF Studio School.

Is Georgia Hall married?

Georgia Hall is currently in a romantic relationship with her longtime boyfriend Harry Tyrrell, who works as a caddie for his girlfriend Georgia Hall. He began his golfing career as a teaching professional at Hindhead, after attending the LPGA qualifying school. They have been together for more than four years. The couple started dating on 22 August 2017. By sexuality, she is straight.

Georgia Hall Net Worth and Career Earning 

As of 2021, Georgia Hall has an estimated net worth of more than $1.5 million whereas she has accumulated most of her worth as her prize money from the golf events and her sponsors. In 2021, she has earned $189,505 and She before earned $837678 income at the LPGA tour. She living a lavish lifestyle at the present.

Georgia Hall Height and Weight

With a slim body builds, Georgia Hall is looking beautiful, who stands at the height of 5 feet 7 inches. She has a perfectly balanced bodyweight of 55 Kg. She has a pair of blue eyes color and her hair color is dark brown.

Amateur Wins

  • 2012- Girls Amateur Championship
  • 2013- British Ladies Amateur Golf Championship

Professional Wins (6)

LPGA Tour Wins (2)

  • On 5 August 2018- Ricoh Women's British Open with a winning score of 67-68-69-67=271
  • On 20 September 2020- Cambia Portland Classic with winning score of 70-66-68=204

LPGA Tour Playoff Record (1-0)

  • 2020- Cambia Portland Classic

Ladies European Tour Wins (1)

  • On 5 August 2018- Ricoh Women's British Open with a winning score of 67-68-69-67=271

LET Tour Playoff Record (0-1)

  • 2020- Saudi Ladies International

ALPG Tour Wins (1)

  • On 7 February 2016- Oates Victorian Open with winning score of 69-70-71-71=281

LET Access Series (1)

  • 2014- Open Generali de Strasbourg

Other Wins (2)

  • 2020- Rose Ladies Series- Event 6
  • 2020- Rose Ladies Series- Event 7

Major Championships

Wins (1)

  • 2018- Ricoh Women's British Open with winning score of 67-68-69-67=271

Results Timeline

  • 2020- ANA Inspiration (T37)
  • 2021- Women's PGA C'ship (T21)
  • 2018- U.S. Women's Open (T34)
  • 2018- Women's British Open (won)
  • 2021- Evian Championship (T6)

Team Appearances


  • 2011- Junior Vagliano Trophy (representing Great Britain & Ireland)
  • 2012- Espirito Santo Trophy (representing England)
  • 2013- Junior Solheim Cup (representing Europe)
  • 2013- VaglianoTrophy (representing Great Britain & Ireland)
  • 2014- Curtis Cup (representing Great Britain & Ireland)


  • 2016- The Queens (representing Europe)
  • 2017, 2019- Solheim Cup (representing Europe)
  • 2018- European Championships (representing Great Britain)
  • 2018- International Crown (representing England)

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