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Dreher started her round on the tenth hole and got off to a sizzling start as she birdied her first three holes. Trouble would find Dreher thereafter however as her hard work was erased after bogeying three out of the next four holes to sit again at even par. She would par holes 17 and 18 to remain at the mark after nine holes.

The start of Dreher’s final nine holes got off to a rocky start as well with two more bogeys on holes one and four. She didn’t let that ruin her round however as she finished strong with birdies on five and six to get back at even par. She stayed at even over her final three holes.

Round two of the tournament begins tomorrow. 

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