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And I want to lower my scoring average, which will hopefully lead to more tournament wins and championships.” If all goes as planned, after graduation she hopes to compete in the Ladies Professional Golf Association’s Qualifying Tournament (often dubbed “Q-school”), an intense, three-stage competition.If she plays well, she’ll become a card-carrying member of the LPGA Tour.That’s awesome, I’m so proud of her.” His support surprised and touched her.“It was crazy, because I wasn’t expecting that at all.One way Cheyenne is separating herself from Tiger is by carving out an impressive career of her own at Wake Forest.Besides winning the women’s individual ACC championship this past year, Cheyenne also helped the team win back-to-back ACC team championships in 20, and she boasts a scoring average of 73.60. “I loved that it’s an amazing academic school and an amazing athletic school,” Cheyenne says. One day it started raining and everyone pulled out their rain boots, while I was walking around in flip-flops, because I’m from Arizona!
“I’m used to it now, so it doesn’t really affect me.The fact that golf greats like Arnold Palmer (’51) went to the University also didn’t hurt. ” Juggling workouts, practices, competitions and schoolwork isn’t an easy task. It’s important to keep your body healthy so you can get through all that,” she says.“It just shows how the golf program has been strong for so long.” But Cheyenne did experience culture shock in Winston-Salem. When Cheyenne isn’t traveling to tournaments, she might get up at a.m. But Cheyenne still finds time to socialize and relax.“I didn’t want to rub it in people’s faces.” When she started winning national golf tournaments at age 10, comparisons between the two golfers became inevitable. If Cheyenne hopes to follow in Tiger’s footsteps, she has enormous shoes to fill.At Cheyenne’s age, Tiger was already a pro, and since then he has won 14 major championships (more than any golfer in history — except Jack Nicklaus, who has won 18).