Harry Hall is a name to watch coming from the Korn Ferry Tour. He won this May at the NV5 Invitational Presented by Old National Bank. He improved his lot at KFT finals by making two of three cuts, including T-3rd at the Korn Ferry Tour Championship presented by United Leasing & Finance.
His first two starts as a PGA Tour rookie were fruitless, but Hall got back on course at the Shriners Children’s Open. The former UNLV Rebel posted T-15th in Las Vegas a year after earning T-8th in the same event.
Speaking of UNLV, he finished his collegiate career with the sixth-lowest scoring average in school history. Not bad, considering the Rebels claim Adam Scott, Ryan Moore, and others as alumni.
He parlayed his success into a pair of appearances at the Arnold Palmer Cup in 2017 and 2018 and the Walker Cup in 2019. Hall was a highly-ranked amateur who’s now translating it into the pro game.
“When I have been in (position to contend), I’ve got it done and it feels great,” Hall was quoted in a PGA Tour article by Adam Stanley. “The breathing techniques and the work that I do on my mental game and just being in those pressure situations I love,” said Hall.
"“I’m lucky with the team events that I’ve played in the past and the big tournaments I’ve played well in … just dealing with that pressure and that experience helps when you’re coming down the back nine Sunday afternoon. “I love the pressure and I love to see how calm, cool, and collected I can be.”"
The 25-year-old from Cornwall, England, ranked 12th in putting average (1.732) and 16th in birdie average (4.41) last season on the KFT.
This will be Hall’s Butterfield Bermuda Championship debut.