Cheyenne Woods Wins Australian Ladies Masters

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Cheyenne Woods won the Australian Ladies Masters at Royal Pines, beating Australian amateur Minjee Lee by two strokes.
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It was the 23-year-old Woods' first major professional victory.
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Cheyenne is the daughter of Tiger Woods' half brother Earl Dennison Woods Jr. Like Tiger, Cheyenne got her first golf lesson in Earl Sr.'s garage.
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Woods signs autographs after the final round.
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Woods shot a 4-under 69 in the final round to finish at 16-under for the tournament.
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She turned pro in 2012 following an impressive collegiate career at Wake Forest. She twice won All-American honors, finished with the lowest scoring average in school history, and won the 2011 ACC Championship.
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"I always knew that professional golf was something I was going to do," Woods told Golf Magazine. "There was never a second thought, I always knew that I was going to be on the LPGA Tour eventually. And I'm still working toward that. But I know that it will happen."
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It was all smiles for Woods on Day 3, as she carried a one-shot lead into Sunday's final round.
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"I want to prove to myself that I'm able to do it and I'm not just Tiger Woods' niece who gets all this attention," Woods told Golf Magazine. "Also, I would love to be the first African American woman to win on the LPGA Tour."
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Woods failed to qualify for the LPGA Tour in December, but she'll tee it up next at the LPGA Tour-sanctioned Women's Australian Open in Victoria.