Paige Spiranac to Those Who Didn’t Wish Her a Happy Birthday: ‘I Will Never Forget’

by Thad Mitchell
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Social media personality and former professional golfer Paige Spiranac recently celebrated another year on earth.

The blond bombshell has tons of social media followers and makes much of her living in social media marketing. She took to social media yesterday (Friday) to thank fans for wishing her a happy 28th birthday. She also jokingly suggests she won’t be forgetting the people who fail to send her a happy birthday note on social media.

“Thank you to everyone who wished me a happy birthday,” she says in the Friday evening tweet. “And to those who didn’t…I will never forget. Here’s to being a mature 28-year-old!”

Spiranac’s birthday tweet took in more than 4,000 “likes” along with hundreds of comments. Many of the golfer’s fans took the opportunity to wish her a happy 28th birthday in the comments section.

Paige Spiranac boasts millions of social media followers and uses her platform to offer up golf tips and trick shot videos. She also pushes golf products for companies in the golfing industry that compensate her for the ability to reach millions of people. She has more than 400,000 followers on Twitter and 3 million more followers on Instagram. As a result of her social media presence, she has built a large and adoring fan base.

Paige Spiranac Turns to Social Media After Short Golf Career

Spiranac turned to the world of social media marketing once her once-promising professional golfing career fell flat. She played collegiate golf at the University of Arizona and San Diego State University before her pro career. Spiranac won several collegiate golfing awards during her time in school, including being twice named to the All-Mountain West Conference team in the 2013 and 2014 seasons.

She would begin her professional golfing career in 2015, joining the developmental Cactus Tour in the following year. Spiranac would go on to retire from professional golf in December 2016.

She began her social media account as a platform to showcase trick-shot videos, before blossoming into an online sensation. The former pro has been featured in top magazines like the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition and Golf Digest. In 2020, Paige Spiranac was given the “PWI Most Beautiful Woman In The World Award.”

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