Female professional golfer Cheyenne Woodshas an updated net worth of $1 million in 2017. Find out her biography from height, age, measurements and family detail. One of the most beautiful and sizzling professional golfer, Cheyenne Nicole Woods is the new golfing sensation. This American girl is striving hard to make her name big in the arena of golf.
|Name||Cheyenne Nicole Woods|
|Birth Date||July 25, 1990|
|Height||1.75 m / 5.8 feet|
|Parents||Earl Woods, Jr. and Susan Woods|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Source of Income||Golfer|
Cheyenne was born on in Phoenix, Arizona. She has a mixed ethnicity as her Father, Earl Dennison Woods Jr. belongs to the African-American ethnicity and mother Susan Woods is from the white ethnicity.
Currently the net worth of this fantastic golfer Cheyenne Woods is about $1 million and earn roughly $400 thousand as salary and winning prize. She started playing golf from an early age. Her paternal grandfather Earl Woods was her first coach. By profession he was a recruiter for golf talent at IMG. Cheyenne is also popular for being the niece of the very famous golfer Tiger Woods. Drawing inspiration from her uncle she aspires to make a name as big as his but not by his name but by her own hard work. Have a look at other golfer like Natalie Gulbis and Rickie Fowler who are earning well.
She has been a winning personality from the beginning, winning over 30 amateur tournaments. Cheyenne won the Atlantic Coast Conference championship in the year 2011 as a Wake Forest candidate, becoming the first woman to set a new record of lowest scoring average. She became a professional golfer in 2012 after finishing her graduation from The Wake Forest University establishing her career in golf. She started professional career at the 2012 LPGA Championship. Her very first professional win was from the SunCoast Ladies Series. In the following year she became a member of the Ladies European Tour. Further, she had her Second professional win at the Volvik RACV Ladies Masters. With her great determination and an extremely great performance, Cheyenne has managed to earn her LPGA tour card.
Cheyenne is the 6th African-American to play the LPGA Tour and the first African-American woman to win the LPGA. She considers herself fortunate enough to receive the correct guidance and support for her career to flourish. She quotes in one of her interviews “I just feel that golf needs to be more accessible and more inclusive.” Adding to her wealth, Cheyenne has multiple endorsements deals. The biggest one is with Nike. She also features in numerous golf magazines such as Golf Digest, Golf.com and Golf Magazines.