Lydia Hall Biography – Lydia Hall Wiki
Lydia Hall is a Welsh professional golfer, who currently competes on the Ladies European Tour (LET). She previously played on the LET Access Series. Hall began playing golf at the age of 12 years old at a local club in Bridgend, Wales. As an amateur, Hall was a member of the Welsh Junior Team from 2001 to 2005. In 2004 and 2006, she was in the Welsh U21 Team golf team and as was in the Wales Ladies’ Team in 2004, 2005, and 2007. In 2004, She won the Glamorgan Ladies’ and Girls’ Champion.
Hall turned professional in 2007. In 2012, Hall earned her first professional victory and her first Ladies European Tour win at the ISPS Handa Ladies British Masters. Hall won by 1 stroke over American Beth Allen at Buckinghamshire Golf Club. In 2016, Hall won the Welsh National PGA Championship, she became the first woman to win a PGA national tournament. The following year, she won the 2017 WPGA International Challenge.
According to her LET bio; Hall attended Pencoed Comprehensive School and earned ten GCSEs and two A-levels, in Physical Education and Information Technology. When she is not on the golf course, Hall loves listening to music, working on fitness, playing and watching sports, spending time with friends, relaxing, and watching movies.
Lydia Hall Age
Born Lydia Gail Hall was born on December 14, 1987, in Bridgend, Wales. She resides in Pencoed, Bridgend, Glamorgan.
Lydia Hall Parents
Who are Lydia Hall’s parents? she is the daughter of Wayne Hall, a former Welsh rugby player. Lydia Hall’s father received one cap representing her native country Wales in rugby in 1987. She credits her parents as her greatest influencers.
Lydia Hall Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 2 inches (1.58 m) tall.
Lydia Hall Net Worth
Lydia Hall’s net worth is unclear.
Lydia Hall Instagram
Her Instagram handle is @lydiahallgolf