Cheyenne Nicole Woods is an American professional Golfer, She was born on July 25, 1990. Cheyenne Woods was born in Phoenix, Arizona. She is the daughter of Earl Dennis Woods Jr and Susan Woods, Cheyenne’s father is a golfer as well Tiger Woods. Cheyenne’s Grandfather Earl Woods was her first coach (Tiger’s Father) and inspiration. In an interview, Nicole woods stated that her mother was white and her father was half American African and half Native Asian.
Her zodiac sign is Cancer and she’s thirty-one years old and she’s 5ft 9inc, United States is her sporting Nationality. She always wanted to be a golfer. Her Grandfather was her walking inspiration. He always inspired her and she always wanted to be like him.
Cheyenne Woods Career Details
Cheyenne went to Wake Forest University after her graduation she began to move with her golfing career with the help of her Grandfather Mr. Earl Woods. In 2012 she became a professional golfer.
Back in 2006 and 2007 kinds of wood played for Xavier College Preparatory Golf Match and won the 5A Arizona State Championships. She graduated from Wake Forest University in 2012 and she played golf with Demon Deacons. She has played so many amateur golf tournaments and she has won more than 30 golf matches. She received a sponsor exemption to play a tournament with Wegmans LGPA, But Cheyenne missed the cut by four strokes. Nicole Woods won the (ACC) Atlantic Coast Conference in April 2011. After she graduated from Wake Forest she turned professional. In the SunCoast Ladies Series, she had her first professional win at the 2012 LGPA Championship in August 2012. Cheyenne became a member of the Ladies European Tour in 2013.
Cheyenne Woods had her second major tour win at Volvik RACV Ladies Masters. Nicole woods finished T-11th in LGPA Final Qualifying Tournament in December 2014, Cheyenne earned membership in 12 categories. In the European Ladies Tour, Cheyenne made eight cuts and she got into qualification. She finished T-13 in the final qualification tournament, She earned her 2016 LGPA tour card. Cheyenne Woods has won two professional tournaments, Ladies European Tour and LGPA Tour one other tournament Symetra Tour. Her best results in LGPA major championships were ANA Inspiration (DNP), Women PGA Championship (T43: 2016), U.S.
Women’s Open (CUT: 2012, 2014, 2017, 2018, 2021), Women British Open (CUT: 2014, 2016, 2018) and The Evian Championship (T43: 2016).
Cheyenne Woods is the fifth American African to play on the LGPA tour. In an interview, Cheyenne once said “An African American woman has never won the LGPA, So I just felt like that golf needs to be more inclusive and accessible.
Cheyenne Woods Dating History And Marriage Details
According to her records, Cheyenne Woods is currently engaged. Cheyenne woods had only 1 relationship in her past.
Cheyenne is engaged to Aaron Hicks. On October 21 Cheyenne posted on her Instagram that she’s engaged to Aaron Hicks and she captioned the picture “YES TO MY HEART AND MY FOREVER BEST FRIEND” and Hicks replied with “You will always be my love you will always be in my heart”. Like mostly all celebrities she likes to keep her dating life/engaged life/relationship life private. Cheyenne always keeps her love life private or personal. (FACT: Cheyenne will be 32 years old in 218 days)
Cheyenne Nicole Woods and Aaron Hicks created a couple of dynasties and we gotta admit that they both look Ka-ute together.
Cheyenne Woods Net Worth
Nicole Woods has done a very good job. Cheyenne earns $4,648 per week. Cheyenne Woods eventually Net worth is about $100,000 to $1 Million. There are so many companies that talk about her income but never really knew the amount she earns a day. They talk about her income, earnings, and salary and online estimates of her net worth. Typically, celebrities and sports players never reveal their exact net worth.
What Is Cheyenne Woods Doing Now?
Nicole Woods is still playing golf. Besides, she is a part of the Symetra Tour and she also got a chance to play with the European Tour again. Lately, she just won the 2021 cactus tournament that was held in Arizona.