This week has been another busy one!

Last weekend I played in the Ladies’ Scottish Open At Dundonald Links and finished in 8th place.


To get there I had to drive all the way up from Bournemouth, which was such a long drive. It took me 8 hours and I only had one 20-minute stop. But I was staying in a Premier Inn that was only a 10-minute drive from the course, plus the weather stayed nice which was a pleasant surprise.

I was playing with Anne Van Dam (pictured below), who’s a good friend of mine, and two other people from Holland. They were very funny to play with and they didn’t get in the way, so we all had fun.

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - DECEMBER 09: Anne Van Dam of The Netherlands plays her second shot at the par 4, 9th hole during the first round of the 2015 Omega Dubai Ladies Masters on the Majlis Course at The Emirates Golf Club on December 9, 2015 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. (Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images)

I spoke to Paige Spiranac and she seems like a lovely girl who’s just making the most of the invites she’s getting.  And she can definitely hit a good ball! I don’t get involved in any of the controversy surrounding her because I just want to play golf, but she seems really nice.

As soon as my round finished on Sunday I had to get straight in the car to drive back to Bournemouth for the night.

I’m in the process of settling in to my new flat at the moment so I had a big trip to IKEA before going up to Scotland. But I didn’t realise that everything would be flat packed! I couldn’t do any of it so I just passed it on to someone who could.

Then Monday night I was back in the car to go to the Ricoh Women’s British Open at Woburn. But halfway there I got a puncture and had to wait a whole hour for the AA to come. It was such a nightmare!


During the Ricoh I’m staying with a couple of members from Woburn who live in an amazing house with a massive garden. It’s only five minutes away from the course and it’s perfect accommodation. My mum, dad and brother are all staying with me and my dad is being my caddy. It should be a great competition!

  •  Georgia Hall is a professional golfer on the Ladies European Tour. She was crowned British Amateur Champion in 2013 and turned professional in July 2014. She has been playing golf since the age of seven and is currently ranked at number nine on the LET 2016 Order Of Merit list.

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