Paige Spiranac Drops ‘4 of Me’ Selfies in Eye-Catching New Post

by Thad Mitchell
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Social media personality and former professional golfer Paige Spiranac turns heads wherever she goes –including online.

The blonde bombshell took to social media on Tuesday to share a couple of recent selfies and to promote a betting site. In the post, she includes four selfie shots of herself looking directly into the camera. Her white tank top doesn’t cover much and her blonde curly hair looks incredible as always.

“4 of me for day 4 of make it rain with @pointsbetusa!” she writes in the post’s caption. “Today’s College Basketball game is Michigan State vs. Purdue. Who do you have?”

Spiranac has nearly 3 million followers on Instagram and just south of 400,000 followers on Twitter. As is the case with most of her social media posts, the most recent one drew a lot of attention. On Instagram, the post drew more than 60,000 “likes” within an hour of going live along with more than 1,000 comments.

Paige Spiranac Turns Social Media Presence Into a Career

After leaving professional golf after only a year of playing, she turned her sights to social media. Several companies use her to promote their products knowing she has a reach of millions of fans. Her ability to push golfing products has received criticism due to the fact she was never able to get her golfing career off the ground.

She played golf collegiately at the University of Arizona and San Diego State University, before going pro in December 2015. She would retire a year later in December 2016.

Before becoming a social media star, Spiranac originally used it to show off her array of golf trick shots. She soon learned that she could garner a lot of attention and eventually made a successful career of it.

The 27-year-old blonde beauty won the People Who Inspire’s “Most Beautiful Woman In The World” Award in 2020. She has been featured in the Sports Illustrated Swim Suit edition and Golf Digest. She also writes a monthly column for Golf Magazine.

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