Golf analyst and social media superstar Paige Spiranac recently stunned fans in a short flower skirt as she tried out new wood golf clubs.
Recently, she asked her 3 million Instagram fans the question: “Woods, hybrids, or long irons? 🤷♀️”
She offered her opinion on the type of clubs, bouncing around on her preferences for each kind of club. She concluded that her club of choice was a 5 wood but still solicited an opinion from fans.
Paige Spiranac also posted a YouTube video.
Spiranac Looks Back at SI photoshoot
It’s been only a few years since Sports Illustrated featured Spiranac in its 2018 Swimsuit Issue.
Her popularity and confidence have grown over the years. In a Spun report, the golfer has mentioned her childhood struggles, including battles with hair, asthma, and bad social anxiety.
“I was one weird little kid,” the golfer told SI at the time. “So I know how it feels to be an outsider, how it feels to be bullied, to have no friends, to be that person no one wanted around.”
She considered the 2018 SI entry a great honor after being a fan of the publication for a long time.
“I get chills every time I think about it. So yes, it’s still that hard to believe, and I’m still in disbelief!” the golfer said.
Spiranac Opens Up on Uniform Controversy
“All I see on Tiktok is women posting about hot male athletes competing in the Olympics and how it’s the reason they are watching. A bit hypocritical when they call men out for the exact same comments and put down women who embrace their “sexy” side,” she tweeted.
Several men responded to her Tweet. One even tried to explain TikTok to her.
“I’m literally defending men here and you’re mansplaining TikTok to me,” she responded.
Spiranac Busy Lately
In a post for PointsBet Sportsbook, she said that her high hopes were for Tommy Fleetwood and Kevin Na, with few notable names in the event. She added a few sleeper picks as well with Mackenzie Hughes, Doc Redman, and Scott Stallings.
Also, she has several sponsorships, including Parsons Xtreme Golf, golf app 18Birdies, Mizzen+Main, and Philip Stein Watches. She’s also an ambassador for Cybersmile, a non-profit group that provides support and educational programs to help fight cyber-bullying.