The par 72 Senator Course is described as a Scottish-style golf course, with beautifully manicured, but challenging, "Champion"-style greens.
Change in elevation will be another challenge Dreher will encounter while competing, as the Senator Course is covered with mounds ranging from 20 – 40 feet in height.
Accuracy will also be a significant factor for competitors, as the course challenges those playing it with over 160 pot-hole bunkers.
One obstacle Dreher will not have to deal with is the weather, as the four-day forecast predicts nothing but sunshine, and an average temperature of 29 degrees.
Dreher tees off at 1:17 p.m. Central time, as she competes against a full field of competitors for a purse of $1,300,000.
Dreher’s first day of action begins this afternoon, which will mark the start of her second to last LPGA tournament of the season.