Dreher's time cut short at Kingsmill Championship

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Her two day total of 153 comes as a result of an opening day score of 78 shot on Thursday, followed by Friday’s 75, for a total of 11 over par.

Holding the 142 position on the leader board, Dreher unfortunately missed the weekend cut, set at the top 70 plus ties.

Driving the ball accurately seemed to be an issue for the Fort St. John golfer, as throughout two days of competition she hit 16 out of 38, driving the ball an average of 233 yards.

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Approach shots also proved to be a challenge, as she hit just 14 out of 36 greens in regulation.

Dreher was consistent with her putter, hitting 29 putts on both Thursday and Friday.

However, despite a less than ideal conclusion, playing in her second straight LPGA tournament alongside the world's top female golfers will provide Dreher with some valuable knowledge and experience moving forward on the tour.

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