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In July , Brandon and his girlfriend were heading home after a concert around midnight when his truck was struck by a drunk driver, who was driving on the wrong side of the road. The accident took the lives of both drivers. Brandon died instantly from his injuries. For most, the sudden loss of a sibling would have shattered their beliefs, but for Cheyenne, who was years-old at the time, it only strengthened her faith and taught her to live life to the fullest. Cheyenne and Brandon grew up in The Woodlands, Texas. She adored her brother and remembers watching him play soccer and football.
She also played soccer, along with basketball and equestrian horseback riding. Whether it was a member-guest tournament, a club championship, or just hitting the course on the weekend, he was eager to share his passion with his children. Gene jumped at the chance to take Cheyenne to the course. Cheyenne only wanted to be with her best friend, but when she learned there would be food and swimming afterward she agreed to play in the summer golf league. The golf consisted of three holes, each starting from the yard marker. I hit it into the trees and took me quite a few to get out. I came in last, and I am quite competitive.
From then on, I was motivated to work on my golf game because I wanted to win and get a trophy or ribbon. He took Cheyenne to the golf course every day and worked with her on every aspect of the game. Cheyenne grew up idolizing Lorena Ochoa and Tiger Woods, but admitted it was her dad and her brothers who inspire her to play. She competed for three years at Alabama and from day one was an impact player for her team, which included Emma Talley, who would later the LPGA Tour.
Emma, a senior at the time, made an immediate impact on Cheyenne during her first week with the team. It was a moment I will never forget because they pushed me to become a better player in those situations. Cheyenne won national freshman of the year honors and was a three-time, first-team All-American. In , Cheyenne advanced out of the second stage of the LPGA Qualifying Tournament to secure Symetra Tour status for the season, but she elected to skip the final stage of qualifying in order to maintain her college eligibility.
She turned pro and ed the Symetra Tour during the summer of In her first start on the Symetra Tour, Cheyenne found herself in contention at the Four Winds Invitational, but a final round 72 set her back to a tie for 11th. She finished inside the top 10 in 4 of 15 starts in , including a career-best tie for sixth at the season ending Symetra Tour Championship.
But Cheyenne struggled early at Q-Series. She opened with a round of While the Texas native is looking forward to all the events next season, teeing it up in her home state at the Volunteers of America Classic will be a special one. Loading, please wait Cheyenne Knight Rookie Spotlight symetra-tour. Written By: Jennifer Meyer Jenn Gene jumped at the chance to take Cheyenne to the course Cheyenne only wanted to be with her best friend, but when she learned there would be food and swimming afterward she agreed to play in the summer golf league.
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