Who is cheyenne woods dating

Tiger Woods has plenty to be happy about this week, even if he didn't exactly win his Hero World Challenge.And I'm not talking about just making it through four rounds pain-free, though, for Woods, that is legitimately a big deal for him.Another legitimately big deal is that his niece, Cheyenne Woods, earned her 2015 LPGA Tour card on Sunday by tying for 11th place in the Q-School finals.

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Woods – the 24-year-old daughter of Tiger's half-brother Earl Woods Jr.

– starred at Wake Forest, spent the last couple of years making spot starts on various tours, and kicked off her 2014 season with a victory in the Australian Ladies Masters.

She focused on the LPGA's second-tier Symetra Tour over the summer, but didn't perform well enough to secure one of the 10 LPGA cards available to the season's top money winners.

She got off to a strong start at Q-School, then came close to wrecking her chances with a second-round 79 that pushed her down into a tie for 80th place.

But she rebounded with rounds of 67-71-70, and closed out the five-round event by moving up 21 spots on the final day to easily earn er 2015 privileges.

This was her third attempt at Q-School – she made it to the first stage in 2012, and advanced to the finals in 2013.

And, she said, her roller-coaster showing this time was a bit more emblematic of her performance throughout 2014 than she would have preferred.

"The very first tournament I played in I missed the cut and then I won the next one," she said.

"In between my win and Q-School, I really didn't play well, so it was tough.

But this was my overall goal and this was always what I had in the back of my mind, so at the end of the day I am extremely happy." Meanwhile, out in western Canada, Vonn – Tiger's girlfriend of about two years – earned her first victory since a scary high-speed crash in Europe in Febuary of 2013 – a few weeks before she and Woods publicly acknowledged that they were dating – tore ligaments in her right knee and broke a bone in her shin.

On Saturday, she let the alpine world know that she's back by winning the downhill race in the FIS World Cup event at Lake Louise, Alberta.

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