Another day, another Paige Spiranac post that makes us wonder how she’s even real. The model and golfer is simply stunning.
But in her new post, her attention turns to basketball. Sitting down on an outside court with a basketball between her legs, Spiranac delivers another smoldering shot.
Spiranac adds a caption to the post.
“Big college basketball fan🏀 Who’s your team?”
While I won’t bore you with my personal answer, we can at least deduce why Spiranac might be a big college basketball fan.
Paige Spiranac Had Success at Basketball Schools
Before getting her change as a professional golfer on the LPGA tour, Spiranac was making waves at two different schools. The now-27-year-old attended both Arizona and San Diego State while in college.
Her time in Tuscon wasn’t exactly a slam dunk, as the Wheat Ridge, Colorado native only played in three events in her freshman year. Heading into her sophomore year, Spiranac elected to transfer to San Diego State and join the Aztecs.
This is where she hit her stride. Spirinac was a catalyst for the SDSU women’s golf program, earning first-team all-conference Mountain West honors in her first year in California. She followed with a selection to the Mountain West all-conference second team.
And to wrap a bow on a successful golf career, Spiranac helped the Aztecs earn their first Mountain West conference championship in the sport. Not too shabby for someone who is often credited more for her looks and Instagram following than her game.
While Spiranac eventually professionally retired from golf in 2016 after her LPGA bid, her game still is not to be underestimated. This latest clip of her cleanly nailing iron shots in rapid succession tells you all you need to know.
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