The annual Masters tournament is getting ready to be in full swing, and Paige Spiranac can hardly contain her excitement.
Less than 24 hours before tee time, the former golf pro took to Instagram to show off her look that she coordinated for the event. Spiranac is rocking a sleeveless white blouse, a forest green skirt, and a beautiful smile in the pic she shared on Wednesday. Of course, it wouldn’t be a Spiranac post if she wasn’t showing off her killer curves.
Two days earlier, she posted herself in the same outfit, yet this time she got serious about showing off her swing.
In the clip, the 28-year-old showed her 3 million followers she had been practicing her incredible drive, making us wonder why she’s not competing in the Masters herself.
Pros Gear up for Golf’s Biggest Event
Golf fans are gearing up for the sport’s biggest event of the year in Augusta, GA. Dustin Johnson will aim to keep his title when the 85th annual tournament begins on Thursday. In addition, fan-favorite and Bryson Dechambeau will hope for his own green jacket at his fifth appearance at the annual tournament. Justin Thomas, Jon Rahm, and Jordan Spieth will also be competing.
On Sunday, 27-year-old Speith won his first professional tournament since 2017. The three-time major champion won the Valero Texas Open. He defeated Charley Hoffman and shot a -18, including a -6 final round on Sunday. He beat him by just two strokes.
Following the win, Spiranac tweeted in support of Spieth. “Spieth winning is good for golf. Glad he’s back,” she wrote. Spieth couldn’t be in a better position heading into the tournament. The Masters will begin on Thursday, and bookies have their money on Spieth to win his second green jacket. Spieth won the tournament in 2015, his first of three major championships.
Below are the current odds a to who will come out victorious, according to William Hill Sportsbook:
2021 Masters odds
- Dustin Johnson: 9-1
- Justin Thomas: 10-1
- Jordan Spieth: 10-1
- Bryson DeChambeau: 11-1
- Jon Rahm: 12-1
- Rory McIlroy: 14-1
Coverage of the event will be aired by CBS, with early-round TV coverage provided by ESPN. ESPN will host Thursday’s opening round and the second round on Friday, with four-and-half hours of content each day. Over the weekend, CBS takes control, with the network giving fans four hours of coverage on Saturday and five hours following Sunday’s final round.