Dreher wraps up day one at Q-School

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In her opening round, she shot 11 pars, two birdies, two bogies, a double bogey on hole seven and a triple bogey on hole ten.

Following her round, Dreher spoke about what took place on those two tough holes.

"Made a triple on 10. Hit a decent drive but I actually hit it too far. Was blocked out by trees for my second shot but thought I could hit a wedge over them to the front of the green. Ended up clipping a branch and my ball dropped down into the hazard. I played it out of the hazard then hit it on the green and had a three-putt for 7. On 17, I hit my ball to the left and it hit the cart path and bounced into the trees, had to take an unplayable lie and went on to make a 6."

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Despite the two bumps in the road, Dreher says she otherwise felt good about the way her round went, and she’s excited to get back out on the course tomorrow.  

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