England's Bronte Law (left), winner of the 2021 Dubai Moonlight Classic along with Georgie Hall, both confirmed to play in the ARAMCO Team Series - London next month at Centurion Club next month on the Ladies European Tour. Image Credit: Supplied

Dubai: The English trio of Georgia Hall, Charley Hull and Bronte Law, all part of victorious Solheim Cup campaigns in recent years, will headline the $1m Aramco-backed team and individual event that returns to London for a second successive year on the Ladies European Tour (LET).

Last year’s debut event saw some of the biggest names in women’s golf compete, including Lexi Thompson (US) and Atthaya Thitikul (Thai), along with stars from the LET.

27 year-old Bronte Law, won her second professional event and her first on the Ladies European Tour in 2021 at the Dubai Moonlight Classic at Emirates Golf Club and is confirmed to play at Centurion Club, 16th – 18th June, 2022.

Strong show

Number one-ranked British player Georgia Hall has enjoyed a strong 2022 thus far with a commanding victory at the Aramco Saudi Ladies International in March, and a strong showing on the LPGA. Last year’s Aramco Team Series – London event saw Hall shoot 64 to break the course record in her second round.

“Any time you get to tee it up on home soil it’s very special indeed, so an opportunity to win individually or with my team in London at the Aramco Team Series (ATS) is something that would obviously be a massive season highlight,” said Hall.

“I love the concept and a chance to play and win with a range of different players with some good memories from last year. Women’s sport and UK golf is booming at the moment, so fun and exciting events like this on the LET provide a massive opportunity for more women and girls to get inspired to play.”

Stellar 2021

Charley Hull, ranked 31st in the world and second in England, has enjoyed two top 10 finishes to date this season and returns to the Aramco Team Series after a stellar 2021 where she had finishes of 3rd, 4th, 1st and 13th in the individual events.

This season’s Aramco Team Series will also see a revised format for the event with the team event taking place over the first two days, and the third and final round for individuals making the cut in a last day shootout.

“I’ve performed well individually at the Aramco Team Series events, so I think this new format suits me,” said Hull, who impressed again in the ATS last week playing in its debut Bangkok leg.

The Aramco Team Series is golf’s first team event series on any professional tour, with visits this season to Bangkok, London, Sotogrande, New York and Jeddah. The format, which includes a player-led draft at each event, gives more golfers tournament opportunities helped by teaming up with the best players on the planet. The teams will feature three LET players and an amateur fourth member.