WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – At least one Woods is a winner this year.
Tiger Woods' title slump certainly hasn't extended to his niece Cheyenne. After winning the Atlantic Coast Conference individual golf title, the Wake Forest junior wants to keep establishing her own identity during the upcoming NCAA regionals.
Cheynne Woods said Tuesday that maturing in the shadow of her famous uncle has been a positive because it has "definitely gotten my name out there." She says dealing with the spotlight that comes with her lineage has made her better at dealing with the spotlight — essential in an individual sport like golf.
She was under par for all three rounds at the par-71 Sedgefield Country Club, shooting a 5-under 208 to win the ACC championship by seven strokes.