Cheyenne Woods announces engagement to New York Yankees center fielder Aaron Hicks

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Cheyenne Woods announces engagement to New York Yankees center fielder Aaron Hicks

Cheyenne Woods announced on Instagram her engagement to New York Yankees center fielder Aaron Hicks.

The in January that they first met when Woods interviewed Hicks for her podcast, “Birdies Not BS,” in early 2020 and began dating later that spring.

Woods, a longtime tour professional and niece of Tiger Woods, wrote “YESSS to forever with my best friend and my (heart emoji)” on her Instagram post that pictured Hicks proposing on bended knee.

The 31-year-old Wake Forest grad won the 2014 Volvik RACV Ladies Masters on the Ladies European Tour and played a hybrid schedule of LPGA and Symetra Tour events in 2021, along with varying roles as an analyst and on-course television reporter.

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When Hicks competed in the celebrity portion of the LPGA’s Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions last January, Woods caddied for him. Just a few days prior, Hicks had caddied for Woods at a Cactus Tour event that she won by 16 shots.

Aaron Hicks of the New York Yankees and caddie Cheyenne Woods walk down the 17th hole during the second round of the Diamond Resorts Tournament Of Champions at Tranquilo Golf Course at the Four Seasons Golf and Sports Club on January 22, 2021 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

Hicks, who grew up playing golf from ages 5 to 13 until switching to baseball, credited Woods for vastly improving his short game.

“We just play a lot when we’re home (in Arizona),” said Woods, “and we take everybody’s money.”

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Mitsubishi Chemical Kai'Li graphite shafts

Pronounced Ki-Lee, the name is Japanese and translates to "The power of the ocean."

Mitsubishi Chemical Kai'Li graphite shafts

Gear: Mitsubishi Chemical Kai’Li graphite shaft
Price: $300

Mitsubishi Chemical has several popular golf shaft families in its stable, including the Diamana, which debuted in 2005, Fubuki (2010), Kuro Kage (2013) and Tensei, which was released in 2015. Now the company has announced the launching of its first new family of shafts in six years, Kai’Li.

Pronounced Ki-Lee, the name is Japanese and translates to “The power of the ocean.”

The first shaft in the Kai’Li family is Kai’Li White, a shaft designed for faster-swinging golfers who want more stability, low torque, a lower launch angle and less spin off the tee.

To achieve that, Mitsubishi reinforced the tip section with its proprietary MR70 carbon material. According to the company, it is 20 percent stronger than conventional graphites used in golf shafts. Mitsubishi engineers were also able to reduce the amount of resin used in the shaft, and therefore increase the amount of carbon to enhance feel.

Adding MR70 to the tip of the Kai’Li lowers torque and enhances feel. (David Dusek/Golfweek)

For accomplished, faster-swinging players, Mitsubishi claims an increase in feel should lead to greater consistency because golfers will know whether they made center-face contact or not. That will allow them to make minor adjustments to their swing to get optimal performance.

The Kai’Li White will be available in 60, 70 and 80-gram versions in regular, stiff, extra-stiff and tour extra-stiff flexes.

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