Charley Hull, Georgia Hall headline Omega Dubai Ladies Classic
By Sky Sports Golf
Last Updated: 05/12/17 3:42pm
Charley Hull is hoping for a big finish to 2017 at the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic, a year on from suffering a near-miss in the Ladies European Tour season finale.
Hull had to settle for second spot in last year's event as Shanshan Feng took the title, with the three-time Solheim Cup player returning to the Emirates Golf Club this week chasing a first victory of the year.
The 21-year-old has registered three top-10s on the LPGA Tour this year but is without a worldwide title since claiming the LPGA Tour's CME Group Tour Championship last November, although Hull feels her game is in good shape.
"It would be pretty cool if I could finish with a win this time around, but for that to happen I need to play some very good golf as there are many strong contenders in the field," Hull said.
"I still have a lot to learn. I am really happy with my golf. I want to win a lot of tournaments; that is what I am out there to do."
Hull has been grouped alongside Beth Allen and Ladies European Tour Order of Merit winner Georgia Hall, who has also secured full playing status on the LPGA Tour for 2018.
Hall progressed through the third and final stage of qualifying last week at LPGA International, recovering from an opening-round 77 to finish in a share of seventh and claim one of 20 cards available for next year.
"I can kind of plan for next year now, I'm very happy actually," Hall said. "I can relax."
Watch the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic throughout the week live on Sky Sports. Live coverage begins on Wednesday from 9.30am on Sky Sports Golf