WATCH: Tiger Woods’ Niece, Cheyenne, Films Aaron Hicks After Yankees Star Makes Hole-in-One

by Chris Haney
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On Sunday evening, Cheyenne Woods – the niece of golfer Tiger Woods – shared a video of New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Hicks after he hit a hole-in-one.

Not only does Hicks smash baseballs on the diamond, but he also hits 303-yard hole-in-ones on the golf course. Oh yeah, and he supposedly hit the hole-in-one with a 3 wood on the Par 4 hole. Not many can say the same.

Cheyenne Woods joined Hicks over the weekend for a round of golf at Silverleaf Club in Scottsdale, AZ. There’s no actual footage of the hole-in-one itself, but Woods captured Hicks’ excitement over his insane golf shot. The clip shows Hicks jog up to the pin, bend over and pick his ball out of the cup. Hicks lifts his arms in the air as he celebrates and even includes a fist pump that Tiger Woods would be proud of.

Cheyenne can be heard in the background saying “All day!” as the golfing group celebrated Hicks’ unreal shot.

“Tiger Woods’ niece Cheyenne Woods just posted this video of Aaron Hicks after he made a hole-in-one on a 303-yard Par 4,” Talkin’ Yanks shared on Twitter.

Tiger Woods and His Son Play in Father-Son Tournament

Cheyenne is used to the spotlight as a professional golfer as well. However, the 11-year-old son of Tiger Woods, Charlie, recently stepped into the limelight himself.

Woods and his son paired up for the PNC Championship in mid-December. The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, FL hosted the 23rd annual event, which was the world’s first look at Charlie on the golf course. It’s the first time the 15-major tournament winner and his son played in an official event together. As many golfing legends as there were in the 20-team event, all eyes were on Tiger’s young son.

Obviously, Charlie has plenty to live up to walking in his father’s footsteps. The father-son duo spent time on the driving range before the tournament and Tiger Woods’ son showed he could keep up. Charlie seems to be the spitting image of his dad, swing and all.

Multiple videos circulated online of the pair practicing while perfectly in sync during their swing and follow through. The PGA TOUR Champions official Twitter account posted a clip of the pair hitting the range. As they say, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

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