In 2006 and 2007, Woods was a member of the Xavier College Preparatory golf team, which won back-to-back Arizona 5A State Championships.
In 2012, she graduated from Wake Forest University, where she was a member of the Demon Deacons' golf team. More than 30 amateur competitions have been won by her.
She received a sponsor's exemption to compete in the Wegmans LPGA tournament in 2009. She was four strokes short of the cut.
She won the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) championship in April 2011.
After graduating from Wake Forest in 2012, Woods began his professional career.
She qualified for the 2012 US Women's Open by finishing second in her qualification, and she made her professional debut at the LPGA Championship in 2012.
In late August 2012, she won her first professional race on the SunCoast Ladies Series.
Woods joined the Ladies European Tour in 2013 and finished 78th on the Order of Merit. Woods won the Volvik RACV Ladies Masters in 2014, her second professional victory (and first on a major circuit).
She earned T-11th in the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament in December 2014, securing her Category 12 membership, which let her to compete in all full-field events except the more prestigious ones. She only made eight cuts in 2015 and had to go through qualifying again. She won her LPGA tour card for 2016 by finishing T-13th in the Final Qualifying Tournament.
Woods is the LPGA Tour's sixth African-American player. "An African American woman has never won on the LPGA," Woods remarked in an interview, "so in general, I just feel like golf needs to be more accessible and inclusive."
Cheyenne Woods' net worth is currently estimated at $5 million.
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Cheyenne Woods is married to a baseball player Aaron Hicks since February 2022. The couple has a kid.
Cheyenne Woods with her husband at their wedding
Cheyenne Woods with her son
Cheyenne Woods’ father is Earl Woods, Jr.
Cheyenne Woods’ mother is Susan Woods.
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