Nelly Korda’s Dominance Boosts Women’s Golf, Says Georgia Hall

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Georgia Hall, the English number two, has praised Nelly Korda’s remarkable winning streak, saying it’s a boon for the women’s game. Korda, the world number one, has won six out of her last seven events, including the Chevron Championship, and Hall believes her dominance is exactly what the LPGA Tour needs.

Hall, who is in her seventh season on the LPGA Tour, sent Korda a tongue-in-cheek text message saying “thanks for giving us a chance” after Korda pulled out of an event recently. Hall, who is currently ranked 32nd in the world, acknowledges that Korda’s winning streak is “unbelievable” and “great for the game in general.”

While Hall is eager to win more tournaments herself, she recognizes the positive impact Korda’s dominance has on promoting the LPGA Tour and women’s golf as a whole. Hall has opted not to move full-time to the United States, preferring to split her time between the UK and the US, citing the mental challenges of playing in a different time zone.

Hall is looking forward to the upcoming women’s majors, including the US Women’s Open, the PGA Championship, and the Evian Championship. She is also excited about returning to St Andrews for the AIG Women’s Open in August, where she was star-struck during a special event in 2022, playing alongside Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, and Lee Trevino.

Hall’s admiration for Korda’s achievements is clear, and she hopes to see her friend continue her winning ways. With Korda’s dominance showing no signs of slowing down, Hall believes it’s a great time for women’s golf, and she’s happy to be a part of it.

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