It was her Dad who was by her side when she won her first major title at the Women’s British Open earlier this year — a partnership that’s been tried and tested over the years.
“He’s done it for the last four years,” Hall, whose Dad also caddied for her at the Scottish Open in July, tells CNN Living Golf. “It’s a tradition that he comes out and my Mum out as well. It’s special, it’s nice for them to be there and watch it.
“He’s good [as a caddy]. I probably pick most of the clubs but if I’m stuck he’ll help me out and most of the time he’s right. He keeps me calm. We have chats about other things as well, like my brother or sister, or that sort of thing.
“He’s watched me practice all my life so he’s watched my good and bad shots and what I tend to do on the golf course.”
“We never let golf get in the way of our personal relationship,” Hall told CNN Living Golf earlier this year. “There are things in life that are more important.
“When we’re on the course, he knows when I get stressed and how to calm me down, he’s great. We’re very relaxed, so it’s going good.”