Cheyenne Woods
Cheyenne Woods

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Phoenix, Ariz.

High School:
Xavier College Preparatory

Height:
5-6

Birthdate:
07/25/1990

Graduated:
May 2012

12/08/2014

Former Deacons Earn LPGA Tour Cards

Nannette Hill, Cheyenne Woods and Natalie Sheary all earned LPGA membership for the 2015 season.

11/12/2014

Three Former Women's Golfers Advance to Final Stage of Q-School for LPGA Tour

A trio of former Wake Forest women's golfers have advanced to the final stage of qualifying school for the LPGA Tour.

06/28/2014

"Go Deacs" Heard Often at US Women's Open

Three Demon Deacons represented Wake Forest well in Pinehurst

06/28/2014

"Go Deacs" Heard Often at US Women's Open

Three Demon Deacons represented Wake Forest well in Pinehurst

03/29/2014

Sims On Top After Two Rounds of the BNC

Deacs move from 14th to 5th after a second round 290


2011-12 Tournament Results

Career Tournament Results

Finished her career with the lowest single-season (73.47) and lowest career scoring average (74.31) in school-history ... Finished more tournaments under-par than any other player in school-history ... Was a two-time All-American and a three-time All-ACC honoree ... Won two tournaments, including a dominating seven-shot victory at the 2011 ACC Championship ... Is one of three players in school-history to post three under-par rounds at the same tournament ... Had the third-most rounds (36) at par or better in school-history ... Finished with the first, fourth and sixth-best single-season scoring averages in school-history ... Graduated with a degree in communication in May 2012

Spring 2012
Played in all 10 events for the year and led the team with a 73.7 scoring average, which was the fourth-lowest single-season scoring average in school-history ... Finished two tournaments under-par and had a team-best seven rounds at par or better ... Earned All-ACC honors for the third-straight season ... Had six top-20 finishes in 10 events ... Had a tough finish at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge to open the spring as she finished tied for 35th after rounds of 72-77-79 ... Carded a pair of 72s at the rain-shortened Darius Rucker Invitational and finished tied for 30th ... Shot her sixth under-par round of the year at the Liz Murphey Intercollegiate and finished in a tie for 12th at 1-under par ... It was the fifth tournament in which she finished under-par, setting a new school-record ... Finished at 6-over at the Bryan National Collegiate and tied for 13th ... Closed-out her career at the ACC Championship by carding rounds of 76-72-72 to finish tied 7th at 7-over par ... Shot rounds of 75-73-75 and finished the NCAA East Regionals in a tie for 35th.

Fall 2011
Opened the season by finishing tied for 26th at the Cougar Classic at 2-over par ... Shot a final round 2-under 70 ... Posted her first top-10 finish of the season at the Windy City Classic by tying for ninth at 4-over par ... Shot a career-best 54-hole score of 7-under par 209 at the Lady Tar Heel Invitational and finished tied for fifth ... Became just the third Demon Deacon to shoot three-straight rounds under-par at the same tournament the Lady Tar Heel ... Opened with a career-low 4-under 68 and closed with a 2-under 70 ... Closed the fall by finishing tied for 16th in tough conditions at the Landfall Tradition at 14-over par.

Summer 2011
Missed qualifying for the US Women's Open by one shot after shooting rounds of 77-71 ... Qualified for the US Women's Amateur Publinks with a 72 ... Was the stroke play medalist at the Women's Amateur Publinks, carding rounds of 72-69 ... Advanced to the quarterfinals of match play with an 8 and 7 victory in the round of 16 ... That was the largest margin of victory by any player all tournament ... Fell in the quarterfinals to Annie Park.

Spring 2011
Played in all 11 tournaments and finished with the second-lowest scoring average on the team at 73.9 ... Earned NGCA honorable mention All-America honors for the second straight season as well as Golfweek third team honors ... Won the 2011 ACC Individual Championship in dominating fashion ... Was also named the All-ACC team for the second-straight season ... Had 12 rounds at par or better ... All 34 rounds counted towards the team score ... Named the team's Most Valuable Player ... Finished tied for third in a strong field at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge after rounds of 76-71-73 (+7) ... Posted her second-straight top-20 finish as rounds of 74-72-78 (+8) put her in a tie for 17th at the LSU Invitational ... Recorded her fourth top-20 finish of the season at the Bryan National Collegiate as she carded rounds of 75-72-78 ... Opened the Liz Murphey Collegiate with a 77 but closed with matching rounds of 73 to finish tied for 11th at 7-over par ... Fired three under-par rounds (70-70-68=208) to win the ACC Individual title by seven shots ... Became the third-straight Demon Deacon to win the ACC Individual title ... Is just the third Demon Deacon to card three under-par rounds at the same tournament ... The 5-under 208 total is a school-record at the ACC Championships ... Led the team's comeback in the final round of the NCAA Central Regional with a 2-under par 70 ... It was her 10th round of the year at par or better and it helped the Demon Deacons grab the final qualifying spot ... Finished the regional in fifth place at 5-over par ... Bounced-back from an uncharacteristic second round 83 at the NCAA Championships with rounds of 72-70 to finish tied for 55th at 15-over par.

Fall 2010
Started the year by tying for 70th at the NCAA Fall Preview after rounds of 73-78-78 ... Opened the Mason Rudolph Championship with a tough round of 75 but followed with a pair of 73s to finish tied for 46th at 5-over par ... Fired three under-par rounds of 71-70-71 at the Lady Tar Heel Invitational to finish tied for 14th at 4-under par ... That was her second-best 54-hole score ... She is now the third Demon Deacon to have three rounds under-par at the same tournament ... Fired three-straight rounds of 3-over 75 to finish tied for 20th at the Landfall Tradition.

Summer 2010
Missed qualifying for the US Amateur by one shot as she carded an 80 at the Desert Forest Golf Club in Carefree, Ariz. ... Teamed with Michelle Shin to win the inaugural Hooters Women's Team Championship ... Carded the lowest round each of the final two days and shot a remarkable 15-under par in those two rounds.

Spring 2010
Played in all 10 events and finished with the lowest single-season scoring average in school history at 73.47 ... Earned NGCA second team All-American honors and Golfweek third team All-American honors ... Named to the first team All-ACC ... Earned Golf World and Golfweek Player of the Week (April 5) honors after winning her first tournament at the Bryan National ... Named ACC Player of the Month for the month of April ... Led the team with 14 of her 30 rounds at par or better ... Also finished the year with the most birdies at 74 ... Had 26.5 of her 30 rounds count towards the team score ... Was third in the ACC in scoring average ... Notched a team-best six top-10s and seven top-20s in 10 events ... Started the spring a little rough at the Northrop Grumman, finishing tied for 54th after rounds of 80-81-73 ... Fired a final round 2-under 70 at the Tiger/Wave Classic to finish tied for 12th at 7-over par ... Played great at the Liz Murphey, carding rounds of 74-73-78 on her way to finishing tied for sixth at 9-over ... Won her first collegiate event at the Bryan National Collegiate ... Took a share of the 36-hole lead after rounds of 70-69 and posted a smooth even-par 72 in the final round to secure the victory ... The 3-under 69 tied the lowest round of her career and the 5-under 211 is tied for the second-lowest 54-hole score in school-history ... Named Golfweek and Golf World Player of the Week (April 12) after her win at the Bryan National ... Named ACC Player of the Month for the month of April ... Helped the Demon Deacons win their second-straight ACC Championship after posting rounds of 70-70-78=218 (+5) and finished tied for sixth ... Held the 36-hole lead and made a pair of clutch birdies late in the back nine of the final round to help extend Wake's lead ... Closed out the year with roundsof 74-75-70 to finish tied for 26th at the NCAA East Regional.

Fall 2009
Had a tremendous fall season, posting three top-10 finishes in four events and also led the team with a 72.8 stroke average ... Posted seven rounds at par or better and is one of two players on the team to have every round count towards the team score ... Opened the year with a 2-under par 70 in the first round of the Topy Cup, where she would go on to finish seventh ... Shot rounds of 72-72-77 to finish tied for 21st at the Lady Tar Heel ... Opened with a 76 at the Mercedes Benz Collegiate but rebounded with rounds of 70-72 to finish tied for sixth at 2-over par ... Closed out the season with her best career tournament at the Landfall Tradition ... Led the tournament through 36 holes after a first round 70 and a career-best 3-under 69 in round two ... Went on to finish tied for third after a final round 77.


Summer 2009
Played in her first professional tournament at the Wegmans LPGA ... Carded solid rounds of 75-74 over three days in wet conditions but would miss the cut ... Advanced to match play at the TRANS National Amateur and would make it to the semifinals before eventually falling to runner-up Stacey Keating ... Was the medalist at her US Women's Amateur qualifier after firing a 69 ... Shot 74-72 to qualify for match-play at the US Women's Amateur but would fall in the opening round.

Spring 2009
Played in all seven events ... Started with a tie for ninth at the Northrop Grumman after rounds of 79-76-73=288 (+15) ... Tied her second-best 54-hole total of the year of 225 at the LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic with rounds of 72-79-74 ... Finished tied for 16th at her first ACC Championships, closing with a solid round of 73 to help the team seal its first ACC Title in 14 years ... Also finished tied for 16th at the NCAA Central Regionals at the OSU Scarlet Course, posting scores of 78-73-76=227 (+11) ... Finished second on the team at the NCAA Championships with a 54-hole total of 311 (+23) ... For the year, Woods played in all 11 events and finished fourth on the team with a 76.2 stroke average ... She was third on the squad with 85.9 percent of her rounds counting towards the team score ... Had a total of four top-20 finishes as well as a pair of top-10s.

Fall 2008
Had a very solid start to her career ... Played in all four tournaments and finished fourth on the team with a 75.9 stroke average through 12 rounds ... Carded a pair of season-low 71s, with one of them coming in the final round of the Lady Tar Heel, which the Deacons won by 16 shots ... Also shot a 71 in the second round of the Landfall Tradition and led after 36 holes ... Wound up finishing tied for 6th at the Landfall, which her best finish of the season and it was also the site of the team's second win of the fall.

Summer 2008
Shot rounds of 73-77 to advance to match play at the North & South Amateur ... Won her first two matches but fell in the round of 16 to eventually runner-up Chelsea Curtis in 21 holes ... Won the Bill Dickey Invitational with rounds of 72-73 after finishing second in 2007.

Background
Full name is Cheyenne Nicole Woods ... Born July 25, 1990 in Phoenix, Ariz. ... Played for coach Lynn Winsor at Xavier College Preparatory HS ... A four-time letterman at Xavier College Prep ... Was named the most valuable player three times by her high school golf teammates ... Won back-to-back Arizona 5A State Championships in 2006 and 2007 ... Never finished lower than fifth in the state championship... Was a two-time regional champion in Arizona ... Was named the 2007 Arizona High School Golfer of the Year by the Arizona Republic ... Has won more than 30 amateur titles including the Big I Junior Classic and the American Junior Golf Association's Nike Golf Junior ... The daughter of Earl Woods, Jr. and Susan Woods ... Teammates of Woods' from Xavier College Prep who have played or will play collegiate golf include Amanda Blumenherst (Duke), Marissa Smith and Margarita Ramos (Arizona), Melissa Mabanta (UNLV), Ashley Smith (Arizona State), Alexia Brown (Portland State) and Katie Allare (Notre Dame).

 

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