Cheyenne Woods Earns Her LPGA Pro Card

I wanted to take the time to congratulate “No Mullarkey” client Cheyenne Woods for earning her LPGA Pro Card at QSchool! You talk about one driven gal and I am so proud of her for making her dreams a reality. She puts her mind to something and she gets the job done!

Cheyenne began training with me in early 2014 with the goal of working on her overall fitness. What an honor it has been over the past year to be working with such an incredible athlete. Although our time is limited due to her travel schedule, we make the best of our time in the gym. Building her overall strength and stamina is key to a better and stronger golf game, plus it also makes her stronger mentally. When you feel good, you play better and are more focused. Cheyenne is an athlete and I train her like an athlete! Nutrition is key as well! You won’t catch her on the course without fuel in her golf bag.   She has also learned the importance of keeping up her strength training while on the road. We plan to stay in touch throughout her first season in the LPGA so she stays on a strength and cardio regimen. Travel makes it tough to stay on a schedule but we are going to make it happen this year.

I wanted to wish Cheyenne good luck as she makes her LPGA debut this week in Florida at the Coates Golf Championship!   She is actually hitting the course right now and I know she has what it takes to make her mark on the tour.   I have a feeling this is just the beginning of a long career in golf and I am sure her fellow competitors will take notice of her drive and persistence.

I had the pleasure of being invited to her families congratulatory party for her earning her card last month.   It was so neat to get to know a bit more about Cheyenne through her family and close friends.   What an incredible group of people and what a support system she has. Her mother was an absolute doll and has done everything she can to support Cheyenne’s golf dreams.   She actually had a poster board of Cheyenne’s goals hanging on the wall which Cheyenne made when she was just 12 years old. If you look at the attached picture (sorry it’s a bit blurry) you will notice that she has made almost each one of those goals a reality. I found it so cool that her mom saved this and shared it with us.   One of the goals that has not yet been accomplished is winning a Major! But I do feel after getting to know the type of athlete she is, that the goal of winning her first Major will be checked off her list on down the line:)

Kick butt this year Cheyenne and keep training hard on and off the course!!!!!!! YOU GO GIRL!!!!!!!