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.