Cheyenne Woods, nice of famous golfer Tiger Woods, has won her first title. She won the Australian Ladies Masters in Gold Coast, Australia on Sunday. According to USA Today she told reporters after her win: "This is a huge accomplishment for me," Woods told reporters. "I've been pro for two years and, for the majority of it, people just think of me as Tiger Woods' niece so now I have a game of my own and I have a title now, a win, which is exciting… It's nice now to say to people that I can play and I'm not just a name."
Tiger Woods has posted a Tweet to congratulate his nice on the win. He says: "A great win and accomplishment. I'm so proud of you."
Way to go @Cheyenne_Woods ! A great win and accomplishment. I'm so proud of you.— Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) February 9, 2014
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