We are all used to the spotlight shining on a Woods during a major golf tournament.
This week's US Women's Open won't be any different.
With her uncle Tiger in the midst of a renaissance, having racked up his third win of the season on the PGA Tour last Sunday, Cheyenne Woods will be eager to feed off the family feel-good factor and make her own mark on the professional stage. The 21-year-old rookie, who made the switch into the paid ranks back in May after graduating from Wake University, clearly relishes a challenge. Her debut as a pro was in the Wegmans LPGA Championship, the second major on the calendar, last month. Her second start promises to be even more daunting.
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