The 2018 Ladies European Tour season comes to an end with the Andalucía Costa del Sol Open de España at La Quinta Golf & Country Club near Marbella on November 22-25. European No.1 Georgia Hall leads the field of 96 players and should become the youngest ever player to win two Ladies European Tour Order of Merit titles. At just 22, she will be a year younger than Dame Laura Davies after her second consecutive order of merit title in 1986. Hall will also become the seventh multiple LET order of merit winner, joining an elite group containing Marie-Laure de Lorenzi or Annika Sorenstam. She will earn a seven-year exemption for LET membership among other goodies.
The Andalucía Costa del Sol Open de España will mark Georgia Hall’s sixth LET tournament of 2018. She will be looking for a second LET victory to go with her first major title at the Ricoh Women’s British Open. One of Hall’s main rivals for the title is expected to be Azahara Muñoz, who has won the title each of the last two years. Bu there are 17 of the top 20 players competing in this season final event. With many other players on the bubble, fighting to get the euros missing on their account to guarantee their playing rights for 2019, the Top 10 positions are the aim of many.
Georgia Hall Camille Chevalier
Although Camille Chevalier, the promising French player from the Aix-Marseille Golf Club, has already her passport for next season, she’s certainly looking for that Top 10 result to balance an average season. During the past weeks unfortunately free of any tournament on the LET schedule, she’s been working hard on her golf to consolidate what needs to be, and certainly her putting skills . Winner of the Hero Indian Women’s Open in 2017, her rookie year, Camille wants results. “I’m not interested by simply go through the cut. My only aim: making the Top 10 or better anywhere! A good bet indeed! BC/PPH