We had the pleasure of playing a round of golf with Mr. Hall out at the media day for the Korn Ferry event that was held at Paiute earlier this year. Right out the gate, I was beyond impressed with how Harry carried himself. After playing 18 holes with him, it was evident he was as real as it gets as a person who's trying to make t as a professional golfer.
However, it doesn't matter if you're an honest and true individual when it comes to making it on the tour. You have to have the game above all other things and then, once you get there, you can showcase the other talents you've built along the way.
In this interview you'll see exactly what I'm talking about as we candidly talked about how he ended up at UNLV, his role on the Korn Ferry Tour, and how he's taking the Top 10 finish at the Shriners to heart and not wasting any moment he's earned.
With a fantastic college career, winning the Mountain West Player of the Year award for the 2018-2019 Season, an amazing amateur career, playing in the Walker Cup, and finishing second at the English Men's Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship he is well on his way to a promising career in professional golf.
Professional Golfer on the Korn Ferry Tour
Professional Golfer. Came over from Cornwall, England at 18 years of age to go to UNLV Golf. Graduated after four years in 2019 and have just finished 1 season on the Korn Ferry Tour. Former Walker Cup member, Palmer Cup and Winner on the Korn Ferry Tour. Recently had first top 10 on the PGA Tour.