If you’re the type of person who’s interested in golf, you’ve probably heard of the Woods, especially the rising sensation in the world of golf – Cheyenne Woods, the niece of golfing legend Tiger Woods.
Cheyenne Nicole Woods became interested in golf at an early age when she was pushed by her mother to join her Uncle Tiger Woods’ PGA Tour, and since then she has made tremendous strides in golf. She is considered the next big star in the world of golf, and expectations are very high given her pedigree.
Cheyenne Woods: Brief Bio, Age
Cheyenne Nicole Woods, popularly known as Cheyenne Woods, was born on July 25, 1990, in Phoenix, Arizona, as the daughter of mother Susan Woods and father Earl Dennison Woods Jr. Her parents are from different countries, her mother is white, while her father is of African-American descent with Asian and Native American blood. Cheyenne’s father Earl Dennison Woods Jr. is the half-brother of the famous golfer Tiger Woods, who made her the Tiger’s niece.
It was Cheyenne’s mother who sparked her interest in golf, she was just 19 when her mother pushed her to join her uncle Tiger Woods’ PGA tour. At that time Cheyenne could hardly understand things at all, but as she grew older she developed an interest in the game and as time went by she began to get involved in golf and became passionate about it.
Cheyenne’s college education can be traced back to Xavier College. Preparatory, where she completed her schooling. From Xavier College Preparatory she went to Wake Forest University for further studies. During her school years, Cheyenne played golf for both the college and university teams. During her time at Xavier College Preparatory, she won the Arizona 5A State Championship twice in 2006 and 2007. Her exploits on Wake Forest University’s Demon Deacons team earned her more than 30 amateur tournaments, giving Cheyenne an identity in the world of golf.
In 2009, Cheyenne received the exception of a sponsor to participate in the LPGA tournament, but unfortunately missed the cut by four shots. Nonetheless, she won the 2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Championship, whereupon she turned pro and began participating in the LPGA tours. She won the Volvik RACV Ladies Masters 2014 and the SunCoast Ladies Series in August 2012, both professional victories.
Golf lovers and enthusiasts often compare her skills with those of her uncle. They believe that there are many similarities in their approach, as they are of the same blood and were looked after by the same man Earl Dennison Woods, father of Tiger Wood and grandfather of Cheyenne. Cheyenne always concentrates on the game, never allowing himself to be distracted. The young golfer is a rising star in the world of golf, and we expect to hear more about her achievements over the years.
Who are Cheyenne’s Parents?
The golfer’s parents are Susan Woods – mother and Earl Dennison Woods Jr. – father. Her mother is of white descent, while her father is African-American. It is worth noting that Cheyenne’s father is the half-brother of golf legend Tiger Woods and both Tiger Woods and Earl Dennison Woods Jr. are sons of Earl Dennison Woods Sr. who is Cheyenne’s grandfather and also her first golf instructor. No wonder Cheyenne has taken an interest in golf, as by all indications it seems to run in the family.
Cheyenne earns $400,000 in salary and profit prizes and her current net worth is set at $1 million. That figure is bound to rise as time goes on, as she has years ahead.
Facts about the Golfer.
Her full name is Cheyenne Nicole Woods, but she is more commonly known as Cheyenne Woods.
The young golfer was born on July 25, 1990, in Phoenix, Arizona.
Her parents are Susan Wood and Earl Dennison Woods Jr. It is worth noting that Cheyenne is the niece of golfing legend Tiger Woods.
Among the institutions visited are the Xavier College Preparatory for her college education and the Wake Forest University for further studies.
There’s a rumor that she’s been dating Brandon A. Magee since 2013.
Pro wins – She has 2 professional wins to her credit, including the SunCoast Ladies Series in August 2012 and the Volvik RACV Ladies Masters in 2014.
She has net assets of $1 million, which are expected to improve over the course of her career.