Georgia Hall is backing the unique Aramco Team Series format to shatter a long-overdue hammer blow to the golfing glass ceiling.
Solheim Cup winner Hall, 25, is gearing up for a crack at the innovative team tournament in London alongside top pros Lexi Thompson, Anna Nordqvist and Emily Kristine Pedersen.
The star-studded line-up will descend on St Albans' Centurion Club for the three-day event that enables amateur golfers to duel it out for a $1million prize pot alongside the leading names in women's golf.
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The London leg is the first of five prestigious Ladies European Tour (LET) events sponsored by Aramco and Hall, a long-term advocate of promoting gender equality, believes the lucrative setup can blaze a trail for change.
Hall, the world No.47 and 2018 Open champion, said: "Events like this can definitely elevate the women's game - and it will. I'm certain of it.
"If we can increase our prize fund and get closer to a level playing field - like these events are doing - that's great for the European Tour as well.
"We've got great players competing in London - it's a great venue, has a big pot of money and I hope it attracts a lot of media coverage. I'm sure it will be a big success.
"I think the more women's golf can get on TV and get itself out there with these team events, held at phenomenal venues, is fantastic.
"To get younger girls into golf is always a fantastic thing, and I really hope to see a lot of the women's amateurs out there taking up the game because they've seen us play.
"These events are like no other and are really different to what we're used to. It's really nice to play in a team events to change it up a little bit, because as a professional golfer, every event is very individual.
"It will be great fun and I'm really looking forward to it."
The London leg kicks off a set of five LET events sponsored by Aramco, with the decorated field later taking to courses at salubrious venues in the USA, Spain and Saudi Arabia.
The events run from July through to November and will see 36 captains lead teams of four players - who together will compete to shoot the lowest combined score over three days of golf.
A unique draft system will unite three elite LET players, with the distinctive Aramco format offering an amateur player the once-in-a-lifetime chance to join them in a four-pronged team.
The special position is open to all golfers in the UK and means an amateur could be the player who holes an event-winning putt to scoop valuable prize money for the LET's leading lights.
American ace Thompson, two-time major winner Nordqvist and Race to Costa del Sol champion Pedersen are all confirmed to take part in London and Hall, who also soared to 2020 Cambia Portland Classic glory, sent out a resounding message to amateurs far and wide.
The Bournemouth-born star added: "Playing with an amateur means it's always nice to meet local golfers.
"I think they get a bit nervous but really enjoy playing with us, so that's always fun. It's a chance for the amateur to be involved with a chance of winning a LET event like we do, so it's always really fun.
"Come and watch us for a day. Watch it on TV and see how you find it - it's a lot of fun and different to a normal event.
"There's an amateur in our team - and that could be you one day, so there's no reason why you shouldn't try to be a part of it."
Georgia Hall will compete in the Aramco Team Series - London, the first of five 2021 Ladies European Tour (LET) events sponsored by Aramco. For more information, visit aramcoteamseries.com
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