Paige Spiranac Dons Plaid Bikini in Sizzling Summer Pic

by Evan Reier
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Former LPGA star and current podcaster and personality Paige Spiranac is setting Instagram on fire with her newest photo.

Chances are, if you have an Instagram account or like golf, you’ve come across Paige Spiranac. Besides making it at a professional level in golf, she’s famous for her videos and posts, which have garnered 3.1 million followers for the 28-year-old at the time of writing. Considering how popular her account is, it’s important to make that distinction because her follower count never seems to stop growing.

In her latest post shared on July 16, the ex-LPGA competitor adorned a gorgeous plaid bikini. The blue and white pattern is a classic, and Paige Spiranac obviously only makes it look better.

The post features a caption from Spiranac that details a recent brand partnership and giveaway with Flagpole-To-Go. As one might guess, the brand sells mobile flagpoles. For fans of the golfer specifically, the contest is worth considering if only because it features a towel with an image of her that has never been seen.

For more details on the giveaway, head directly to the post here.

As one would expect, there were many fans singing her praises, whether that was complimenting her beauty of her trademark wit. Paige Spiranac is obviously gorgeous, but she also can turn a phrase like no one’s business.

Paige Spiranac Calls Out the NCAA

We can start by saying that the NCAA has gotten a pretty bad rep for the way they’ve handled many important issues of the past year. Whether it was COVID-19 related events or the situation involving athlete’s name and likeness rights, the organization has faced a ton of criticism.

Count Paige Spiranac as a critic, and understandably so. When the NCAA put on a regional for Women’s Golf earlier this spring only to cancel it due to the poor condition of the course, Spiranac did not hold back.

“I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again. The NCAA sucks,” Spiranac said in a Tweet.

The regional, which was set to take place in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, not being able to take place due to people running it failing to have it ready is a pretty harsh look. And, obviously, that’s the NCAA’s responsibility.

Spiranac has a close relationship to what happened as well. After a first year at the University of Arizona, Spiranac played the majority of her college career with San Diego State. That included being name first-team All-Mountain West as a sophomore, as well as helping the Aztecs to their first-ever Mountain West Championship in women’s golf.

Talented with a club in her hand, looks that could make anyone blush, and a passionate voice about what she cares about. Spiranac has a lot on her plate, and seems like she’s ready for it all.

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