She started her day on the back nine, and after a bogey on the 16th she rebounded nicely to regain the stroke with a birdie on 17.
The front nine wasn’t kind to Dreher however. Bogey’s on holes three, five, six and eight brought her to four over, however she ended the day on a positive note with a birdie on hole nine as she shot a 75.
Play will continue tomorrow morning for round two. There is currently a four way tie for first place including Kelowna B.C.’s Samantha Richdale.