Gleneagles PGA Centenary Course, Scotland
First Solheim Cup victory with Team Europe
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Georgia Hall's journey in golf
Georgia Hall’s journey in golf from junior member to major champion. We look at Hall’s journey from first getting into golf at a local driving range as a seven-year-old, to becoming the first golfer in the history of the sport to win the Women’s British Open, the Womens Amateur Championship and the Girls’ Amateur Championship. We look at how her career has progressed and how she hopes to inspire the next generation of female golfers. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL TODAY 👉 http://bit.ly/RandASubscribeYT Social Links Twitter 🐦 http://bit.ly/RandATwitter Instagram 📸 http://bit.ly/RandAInstagram Facebook 👍 http://bit.ly/RandAFacebook Website 🖥 http://randa.org/
Georgia Hall Wins a Mercedes with a Hole in One!
Subscribe Here for More from LET: http://bit.ly/LETGolf Georgia Hall receiving the key for Mercedes Benz from Karl Sandesjo and Malcolm Cooper of Gargash Enterprises-Mercedes Benz as Mohamed Juma Buamaim, vice chairman and CEO of golf in DUBAi, looks on at the 15th hole where Hall scored a hole in one with a four iron England’s Georgia Hall produced the shot of the day when she aced the 167-yard par-3 15th hole using a 4-iron in the third round of the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters on the Majlis Course at Emirates Golf Club. The 18-year-old from Bournemouth in Dorset won a gleaming Mercedes Benz C 200 worth around €60,000 and will now have to buy herself some driving lessons as she can’t yet drive. This was Georgia’s second hole in one as she aced the 17th at Machynys Peninsula Golf Club in South Wales to win the 2013 Ladies British Open Amateur Championship. It was also the same hole where South African Connie Chen made a hole in one during the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters in 2013, for which she won a Mercedes Benz convertible. Website: http://www.ladieseuropeantour.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LadiesEuropeanTour Twitter: https://twitter.com/LETgolf
Cuppa Catch Up with Georgia Hall and Iona Stephen, Episode 1: Life in Lockdown
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, R&A Women and Girls Ambassador Georgia Hall and Golf Broadcaster Iona Stepehen are encouraging golfers and non-golfers to take a break from daily routines and join them for a ‘Cuppa Catch Up’ this week, as part of The R&A’s #GolfAtHome campaign. Georgia and Iona talk life in lockdown in Episode 1.
Cuppa Catch Up with Georgia Hall and Iona Stephen, Episode 2: Inspiring the Next Generation
In Tuesday's episode of Cuppa Catch up with Georgia Hall and Iona Stephen, we look at inspiring the next generation of golfers and the positives of children learning new skills and a new sport during COVID-19 pandemic.