WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — There's plenty more to Cheyenne Woods' game than just her famous last name.
With uncle Tiger Woods playing this week in Charlotte, his niece is looking to wrap up her record-setting Wake Forest career with a strong showing at next week's NCAA regionals. She hopes to play at the championship finals the following week.
After that, she'll turn pro and look to build a career on the LPGA tour.
Cheyenne Woods said Friday that her last chance at an NCAA title is "a little bit of pressure, knowing it is my last collegiate event" and she wants to "end on a high note."
She enters the regional with a shot at the school's career scoring record and breaking her own 2-year-old single-season mark. Last year, she won the ACC championship.
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