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Ash Hall

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (33) / 11/3/1983
Ht / Wt:  6'4' / 231

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Local man Ashley Hall never got in a title blow after starting the day in T2 but a closing 2-under-par 36-34=70 was still good enough to secure solo fourth at the Australian PGA Championship.
His final tally of 14-under 274 at RACV Royal Pines Resort was five back from winner Harold Varner III but finishing the week just one shot behind Adam Scott and four shots clear of fifth place was admirable. In fact, it represents his second best finish on the European Tour in his 19 sporadic starts, just one place off his T3 at the 2009 Volvo China Open. Hall was slow out of the blocks today and his first deviation from par was a bogey-5 at 7. But he managed to splash red on the par 5s at 9, 12 and 15 and secure another excellent finish after he lost out in a three-way play-off to Jordan Spieth at last month's Australian Open on his most recent start. Dec 4 - 3:21 AM

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Ashley Hall carded two eagles in a 2-under-par 33-37=70 which leaves him T2 after 54 holes of the Australian PGA Championship at RACV Royal Pines Resort on 12-under 204.

The 33-year-old heads into the final round just two shots behind the leader Andrew Dodt, alongside Harold Varner III, with the experiened duo of Adam Scott and John Senden two further back. With victory a possibility on Sunday Hall has the chance to totally transform a career that has never really taken off. He earned the opportunity with birdie at No. 4 (a par-four he has also notched eagle and triple bogey at this week), before an eagle-3 at the 9th vaulted him up the leaderboard. After a bogey at 13 he made repairs with a second eagle at the 565-yard par-five 15th. A share of the lead was up for grabs, but he squared both 17 and 18 to cede Dodt the advantage, but he will play in the final group. "The two eagles were obviously very nice," he said afterwards. "I actually didn’t hit that good a shot on the ninth but made a really long putt. The eagle on the 15th was a little more conventional, I hit a really nice approach and rolled in the putt."
Dec 3 - 3:34 AM

Ashley Hall overcame a potentially ruinous triple bogey to card 3-under-par 33-36=69 and reach the halfway mark of the Australian PGA Championship on 10-under 134, solo second, two behind the leader Andrew Dodt and two clear of the chasing pack.

The 33-year-old is well-traveled around the world, having tried his hand on the Asian, OneAsia and Web.com Tours, but finding the W on all of them elusive. This season he has concentrated on his home tour and the victory finally came in February's Victorian PGA Championship. Clearly a level or two below European Tour standard, it was still a springboard and he used it to finish T2 in last month's Australian Open, the standout result of his career. He has good course vibes having been T6 in 2013 and T3 after 18 holes this time last year - and he's ridden the wave this week. Starting from the 10th, he notched a hat-trick of red at 13, 14 and 15, but the trio of holes that caught the eye on the front nine were very different: birdie-triple bogey-birdie at 3 through 5. But another par breaker at 8 retrieved the dropped shots and he's in a strong position for the weekend.
Dec 2 - 4:16 AM

Ashley Hall hit just six fairways but posted a 2-under-par 34=36=70 in round one of the Australian PGA Championship, good enough for tied third place after the opening day.

Despite being down at 925 in the current world rankings after a disappointing season on the Web.com tour in America, Hall has found some form since returning to his native Australia. He posted T10 and T18 in two recent Australasian Tour events and continued the good work here with four birdies against two bogeys on a windy day at the RACV Royal Pines Resort on Queensland's Gold Coast. At 2-under, he's the highest-placed Australian after Thursday's play and sits just three strokes behind leader Zander Lombard.
Thu, Dec 3, 2015 05:19:00 AM

Ash Hall fell to Steven Alker in a playoff at the 2013 Utah Championship and returns to try and pick up the trophy this time around.

Hall finished 27th on the 2013 Web.com Tour money list, so had he prevailed at Willow Creek CC he would likely be playing the John Deere Classic as a member of the PGA TOUR. He enters the week 38th on this year's money list, with a third-place finish in the Brasil Champions highlighting his season. Recent play has been shaky, missing four of his last six cuts. Perhaps the friendly confines of Willow Creek will get him back on track.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Wed, Jul 9, 2014 09:54:00 AM

Ashley Hall stands alone atop the leaderboard in the Web.com Tour Championship, signing for a 7-under-par 32-31=63.

While Hall has missed 15 of his 24 cuts leading into this week, he did have a run in the middle of the Web.com Tour season where he posted back-to-back playoff losses at the United Leasing Championship and the Utah Championship. He was unable to secure one of the 25 PGA TOUR cards in the regular season, so success in the Finals is imperative. He circled eight birdies to just one bogey in his first lap around Dye's Valley Course.
Thu, Sep 26, 2013 07:27:00 PM