Order of Merit winner Hall eyes world number one spot

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Hall only became the third British winner of the Women & # 39; s British Open since it became a big championship in 2001

The Georgia Hall in England has promised to become the number one after becoming the youngest player to win two consecutive Ladies European Tour Order or Merit titles has won.

Hall, 22, won her first main victory at the Women & # 39; s British Open in August – the first English winner since Karen Stupples in 2004.

The number eight in the world was also elected Players & # 39; Player of the Year.

"That is my main goal to become number one," Hall said.

"I am going to work hard in the low season to make a good start next year and take the next step."

Lady Laura Davies from England previously held the record for the youngest players to win consecutive order of merit after winning the second of her seven titles at the age of 23.

While the co-English Charley Hull the yo was ungest LET the winner of the Order of Merit in 2014, 18 years old.

"It is still not sunk," Hall added.

"I still feel the same person and player and enjoy playing in every tournament, just playing golf."

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