Dryburgh will make her seccond U.S. Women's Open start thanks to winning the 2022 Toto Japan Classic. Previous to that victory last fall, the former Tuane University golfer had registered three professional victories. Her first came in 2017 on what is now the WPGA Tour of Australasia at the Outland Ladies Pro-Am. She then posted two wins on the Rose Ladies Series that was created by 2013 U.S. Open champion Justin Rose and his wife, Kate, during the pandemic. Dryburgh represented Great Britain and Ireland in the 2014 Curtis Cup Match, and her native Scotland in the 2014 Women's World Amateur Team Championship. She has competed on the LPGA Tour since 2018.