Former professional golfer Paige Spiranac has let the secret out about her net worth.
It’s speculated that Spiranac’s various partnerships with athletic companies such as Octagon and 18Birdies are the driving force behind her net worth.
Her net worth is reportedly around $1 million, according to The U.S. Sun.
In addition to her numerous brand deals, she also serves as an ambassador for Cybersmile, a non-profit that provides support and educational programs in hopes of reducing cyber-bullying.
The 27-year-old got her start when she played college golf at the University of Arizona and San Diego State University. She stood out when she won the All-Mountain West Conference honors during the 2012–13 and 2013–14 seasons.
In 2015, she also helped lead the Aztecs to their first Mountain West Conference Championship.
Despite her unquestionable talent as a golfer, she failed to qualify for the LPGA circuit in 2016. In December of that year, she retired from golfing.
Even though her gold career took a back seat, she’s not letting up on maintaining her swing. Her trick shot video on Instagram has given her newfound notoriety since retiring. She has over 2 million followers.
In addition, she’s also the host of her podcast show, titled Playing-A-Round, where she discusses golf, men, and her personal experiences.
Paige Spiranac Reveals Favorite Week Of The Year
Even though she never made it to the Masters’ Tournament, Spiranac still keeps up with the competitions. On social media, she confessed to fans that Masters Week is her favorite week of the year.
“What’s your favourite golf major to watch? Love the US Open but there is just something so special about The Masters,” she asked her fans on social media.
One fan asked the former golf pro whether she had ever been to the tournament.
To which she replied, “Yes, I’ve been twice before.”
Besides being a successful businesswoman and athlete, Spiranac is married to personal trainer, Steven Tinoco.
While playing junior golf, the two met one another. However, he wasn’t interested according to Spiranac.
“He’s in a relationship and I’m engaged. I flirted with him in junior golf but he rejected me haha been mending a broken heart since then,” she recalled.
Once she won him over, the couple began dating and, soon after, moved in together. According to Spiranac, they live a quiet life together.
“I met him at the start of my career, so we have done this entire thing together. He is so understanding and knows this is a business for me,” Spiranac told the New York Post.