It is astounding to learn she was ranked 93 Early Life: Cheyenne Nicole Woods, an African-American woman is the proud daughter of Susan and Earl Dennison Woods Junior (parents), being Tiger’s older half-brother.It sounds absurd but true that Cheyenne’s Mom pushed her to PGA Tour of her uncle Tiger woods when she was just 19 months old, and could barely understand. Pouring over her academic life, she is a graduate from Xavier College Preparatory in 2008 and Wake forest University (North Carolina).From an article at the New York Times: It will be her first tour event, and although she is older than Tiger was when he made his PGA debut as an amateur, she said she never thought she would be testing herself against professionals this young. From a report at NPR.com: Woods, an 18-year-old who bears a strong physical resemblance to her legendary uncle, could have stayed on the West Coast to play for a powerhouse program. But instead, she chose Wake Forest, a small liberal arts school in Winston-Salem, N. Well, it doesn't hurt when you are Woods' niece, who also apparently gets a great many tips from her famous uncle, as she states in the following clip. The 23-year-old still knows how to keep the golfer on his toes."I don't think he knew I was going to be at the press conference today. She currently attends Wake Forest University and plays golf for the Demon Deacons. She played for the Xavier College Preparatory golf team and won back-to-back Arizona 5A State Championships in 20.
Woods was taken aback and answered with a rare ease and lightheartedness we rarely see during these pressers. Play had been suspended early Wednesday in the season-ending championship of the Ladies European Tour following the death of caddie Max Zechmann on the course. Cheyenne Woods, the niece of superstar golfer Tiger, was one shot off the lead held by England's Florentyna Parker after the first round of the tragedy-hit Dubai Ladies Masters on Thursday."Congrats to @Cheyenne_Woods for getting her LPGA tour card today," tweeted Tiger Woods.Rookie Cheyenne Woods, 17-time winner Cristie Kerr and Thailand's P. Kongkraphan equaled the course record of nine-under par 63 to share the first-round lead at the Manulife LPGA Classic.In December 2014, Woods finished T-11th in the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament, thereby earning Category 12 membership, which entitled her to entry in most full-field events apart from the more prestigious events.