Paige Spiranac Shows Off Golf Swing in Masters Green-Colored Skirt

by Will Shepard
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The most wonderful time of the year is here – The Masters. The golf world comes together for the best show on grass. Paige Spiranac certainly knows what time of year it is.

In honor of the start of the 2021 Masters, the golfer took to Instagram to show off her golf swing. As always, Paige Spiranac shows off an awesome outfit for the camera.

Paige Spiranac sports a white tank top which she expertly tucks into her tight green skirt. Certainly, her skirt is a nod to the Masters Tournament. In the video she posts, she walks up to the tee, examines her shot, and then pumps her drive down the fairway.

Paige Spiranac captions the post well. “Fore! [The first] round of The Masters and I’m going live at 3 ET. Join me! Might even try to make a pimento cheese sandwich… have you had one before?”

Paige Spiranac and the 2021 Masters Tournament

So, if you follow her Instagram account and get there in time, be sure to catch her live story. Always the entertainer, she provides some excellent insight into the world of golf. She is also heavily invested in betting the 2021 Masters, so she might have some great advice.

Nonetheless, the 2021 Masters is shaping up to be a difficult win. Augusta National is a 72 par course and one of the more difficult courses in the country. This year, the greens are fast and firm, and everyone seems to still be figuring the course out. In fact, in the opening round, no hole – outside of the par fives – has played under par. The current leader is at 3 under par.

The 2021 Masters is without a key name – Tiger Woods. But, according to Justin Thomas, he will be watching the whole time and rooting his friends on. He even said that he will miss putting a whole bunch of stuff on Dustin Johnson’s tab this year.

Undoubtedly, Paige Spiranac will be glued to her television while the Masters is underway. For golf nuts, there is still plenty of time left to enjoy the tournament.

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