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Her second round was unfortunately birdie free, while shooting 14 pars and 4 bogies.

Following two days of competition, Dreher earned a total score of 145.

The LPGA tournament does hold a cut following two days of play and unfortunately, only allows those 70 or higher on the leader board to progress, meaning Dreher will not progress to the third round of play.

On day two, she hit 10 of 14 fairways, three more than day one, while driving the ball an average of 245 yards.

The greens proved to be a factor in Dreher’s day two score, as she hit 36 putts throughout her second round, five more than day one, when she hit 31.

It was an identical performance when examining her greens in regulation, hitting 14 of 18, the same number as day one.

Unlike day one, where Dreher avoided the sand completely, day two has her at 0 for 1 in the “Sand Saves” stat department.

Dreher may move up or down on the leader board depending on the scores of her opponents.

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