“It's always been very accepting and open. (There has always been) that stereotypical, oh, like, woman athletes, golfers, oh, they must be gay. There’s actually not a lot. There’s a few of us and stuff like that. But regardless of that, the Tour has always been supportive of in that regard. Never felt against (us) or looked down upon, nothing.
“To be honest, Georgia and I are (one of) the only couples out here, player-player, so to see how that has transpired and people's acceptance of that, it's been really good. It's nice that people see what I feel and what she feels and what I spend every day feeling.”
Though Hall has been shown the same amount of love and support that O’Toole has been given on the LPGA Tour, she does get some question marks from followers on her social-media accounts. The couple is not shy about posting about their relationship online, often highlighting the activities they partake in away from the golf course, and while a large majority of people are overwhelmingly positive, Hall still feels like her sexuality “surprises” some of her fans.
“There are so many comments from people we don't know saying like, ‘So happy for you guys.’ They can see on our faces how happy we are and our love,” Hall said. “Maybe (there are) a few people kind of being like, oh, okay, she's with a woman. That’s basically it. It’s not negative either. I completely get it, you know that people are like, oh, okay, we didn't know that.
“At the end of the day, it's not really for anyone to know. Either way, it's completely up to that person whether they want to share it on social media. A lot of people don't show their straight relationships on social media. But for me, it was something that I found was very important, especially for like the youngsters out there and other people.