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Course-Record 63 By Cheyenne Woods in Round 1 of Manulife

Anytime people want to take a photo of you showing off your scorecard, you know you've done something special on a golf golf. And the LPGA today tweeted this image of Cheyenne Woods after her course-record-tying score of 63 in the first round of the Manulife Classic:

You can follow the next few rounds to see how Cheyenne does from here: View scoreboard

Woods is in her rookie season as a member of the LPGA Tour. And her 63 today is not only Woods' best score of the season by four shots, it's only the second time she's been below 70 thus far on the LPGA Tour in 2015. She got off to a solid start, making her first four cuts. But Cheyenne has struggled lately.

Hopefully this 63 is a sign she's on the way to some higher finishes from this point on.

Obligatory selfie:

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