Cheyenne Woods, fresh off her first professional victory on a major tour in Australia, headlines the Symetra Tour’s season-opening event this week in Mesa, Ariz.
Sweden's Caroline Hedwall had a hole-in-one as part of a 7-under par 65 that gave her a one-shot lead after Friday's second round of the women's Australian Open. Cheyenne Woods, Lydia Ko, Paula Creamer, Jessica Korda and Morgan Pressel all in contention.
Cheyenne Woods’ break-out victory in Australia created enough buzz to adjust TV schedules in the U.S. -- and the ripple effect is likely to carry over to LPGA sponsor exemptions.
Cheyenne Woods' first professional victory Sunday at the Australian Ladies Masters not only moved her to the top of the Ladies European Tour's Order or Merit, it also sparked a big climb in the Rolex Rankings.
Cheyenne Woods won the Australian Ladies Masters on Sunday for her first major professional tour victory, holding off 17-year-old Australian amateur Minjee Lee by two strokes.