Rapid-Fire Questions with Cheyenne Woods

She’s handled pressure on the course, but how will she handle our Q&A? Find out in this Pro Tips feature.

Cheyenne Woods started playing golf when she was five years old, but what’s she like away from the course? From one person she’d like to play a round with to her favorite season, learn more about the professional golfer as she answers our rapid-fire questions.

Pro Tips: Favorite cheat day meal?

Cheyenne Woods: Pizza.

What’s your favorite pizza topping?

Pepperoni, and I know people are going to hate this but pineapple [Laughs].

Favorite exercise to do in the gym?

I love to run.

What podcast are you currently listening to?

I’m always listening to Oprah’s podcast.

What’s your favorite movie?

“Anchorman.”

Favorite TV show?

“The Office,” for sure.

Favorite ice cream flavor?

Chocolate. Can’t go wrong.

What music is queued up on your phone now?

I’m always listening to YG. I love the West Coast rap.

Ski or surf?

Neither.

Big dog or small dog?

Both.

Have you ever worn socks with sandals?

100 percent. Socks with slides. Every day.

Soup or salad?

Salad, definitely.

Favorite pre-round meal?

Probably something simple like chicken with broccoli and some rice or something, just to keep me going through the day.

Fastest speed you’ve ever driven in a car?

I don’t know, it was in kilometers. I was in Germany on the Autobahn. I was probably going fast. I don’t know. Maybe it was only 60 [mph], but it felt really fast.

Favorite season and why?

Summer, because I love the heat and it’s my birthday.

Any superstitions?

I would say I don’t, but I find myself after a bogey, I switch my golf ball out. So, I probably, I do.

Funniest golfer?

I would say Tiffany Joh.

One non-golfer you’d like to play golf with?

Barack Obama.

Texting or talking?

Talking.

Solheim Cup win or Major?

I feel like if I say a Major I’m being selfish, but I won a Major.

If you weren’t playing golf, what sport would you play?

I would probably run track. I’m not very fast but I like to run.

Favorite course to play and why?

I love playing Pinehurst. I just love the layout. I love the history, and it’s just super challenging.

Looking to learn more from Woods? Take these chipping tips to the course and try them out during your next round. Woods also offers more insight on improving your game, from off-season training to getting fitted for clubs in this Pro Tips interview.