Tiger Woods' niece, Cheyenne, is playing in her first US Women's Open.
Cheyenne Woods not only is an accomplished golfer like her uncle Tiger, but the 21-year-old also is a striking sight on the course.
Pretty in pink
Cheyenne Woods' pro career is just getting started after an accomplished college career at Wake Forest.
She gets it from her ... grampa?
Cheyenne Woods was introduced to the game by her grandfather and took her first swings in the garage — just like her uncle Tiger.
"Ever since I can remember, this was definitely my dream," Cheyenne says.
Cheyenne already is decked out in full Nike gear and clubs, just like her uncle. Less than 20 days after becoming a professional golfer, Cheyenne accepted a multiyear agreement with Nike to be the company's newest face on the LPGA Tour.
Cheyenne seems like much more of a sweetheart than Tiger.
Coke bottle figure
Cheyenne sure cleans up nice. In June she joined Coca-Cola and the NCAA to honor the 40th Anniversary of Title IX at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City.
Making a name
Cheyenne's storied college career, which included winning the Atlantic Coast Conference championship in her junior season at Wake Forest.
You go, girl!
Even as a girl, Cheyenne knew she wanted to be a golfer. "Ever since I was probably 5 and I started playing, watching Tiger on TV, I knew I wanted to get out there, too."