When you have the name Woods and you play golf, it\u2019s only natural that you will attract attention. Many would like to know whether there is any relation with golf\u2019s Greatest Of All Time (GOAT) Tiger Woods or do you just share a name. That is exactly what is happening at Vipingo Ridge\u2019s PGA Baobab Course this week where Cheyenne Woods is among 108 stars contesting the Magical Kenya Ladies Open. As it turns out, Cheyenne is indeed related to the great man, she calls Tiger uncle. Born in Phoenix, Arizona 29 years ago, Cheyenne is a daughter of Susan Woods and Earl Dennison Woods Jr, who is Tiger\u2019s half-brother, making her his niece. Her paternal grandfather Earl Woods (Tiger\u2019s father) was her first coach and she became addicted to the course following Tiger\u2019s success. \u201cWhen I saw Tiger win title after title, it gave me belief to go for it,\u201d Cheyenne told local media on the sidelines of the Magical Kenya Ladies Open. With two top-ten finishes to her name, Cheyenne is looking to make an impression at Vipingo even as she wishes Team USA success in the 2019 President\u2019s Cup that begins on Monday in Melbourne, Australia where Tiger the captain. At Vipingo, Cheyenne will have to work extra hard after England\u2019s Liz Young opened her Magical Kenya Ladies Open campaign with a superb round of 68 to emerge Clubhouse Leader yesterday. Teeing off from the first, alongside Emilie Alonso from France, Young carded a first nine total of 35 courtesy of a couple of birdies at the par-3, fourth and the par-4 seventh, having holed the only bogey of the round at the par-3, eighth. She had a better back nine, holing three birdies at the par-5 11th, the par-5 15th and the par-3 17th to card a back nine total of 33. Young, who has had 14, top-ten finishes in 153 tournaments, came to the tournament on the back of a 16th-place finish at the Women\u2019s Spanish Open. \u201cI\u2019ve just played in Spain and I felt I played well there, but just made a few stupid mistakes. It was a top 20 finish, so I was happy. I\u2019ve brought my game to Kenya and a few putts went in this morning,\u201d said Young.