Cheyenne Woods Talks Golf

Woods started playing golf at the age of five years old. She also enjoys hiking, ping pong and traveling. If Woods was not a professional golfer she’d be in media broadcasting.

Career Highlights:
2016 in a Nutshell:

21 events, 10 cuts made, $106,005 (96)
Recorded a career-best tie for sixth at the Cambia Portland Classic 


17 events, 8 cuts made, $32,713 (125) 
Finished T13 at the 2015 Final Qualifying Tournament to earn LPGA membership for the 2016 season 
Best finish as a rookie was T24 at the JTBC Founders Cup 


Winner Volvik RACV Ladies Masters (2014) 


Two-time High School State Champion in Arizona 
2011 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Individual Champion 
2009 and 2010 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Team Champion 
2010 Bryan National Champion 
Two-time All-American 
Three-time All-ACC Member

Q & A:
How long have you been playing golf?

I have been playing for 21 years, and I am 26 years old, so for most of my life. 

What course do you want to play that you haven’t already?

I would really like to play August National. It’s on my bucket list of courses to play.

What would your dream four-some to play with at Augusta National?

My dream foursome would be Tiger, my grandpa, and probably President Obama.

If you had one tip for the amateur golfer, what would it be?

For the amateur golfers, it’s all about tempo. Don’t try and go out there and hit the ball as hard as you can. 

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