Paige Spiranac Wishes Fans ‘Happy Masters Week’ Crushing Impressive Drive While Rocking Eye-Catching Outfit

by Thad Mitchell

Social media personality and former professional golfer Paige Spiranac is expressing her excitement over Masters week.

The blonde bombshell, who stays busy on social media with millions of followers, recently put a new video on Instagram. In the short video, she wishes golf fans a “happy Masters week” before firing off a long drive into the distance.

Paige Spiranac looks stunning in the video with her usually eye-catching outfit that shows off the former golfer’s physique. Decked out in a green skirt and white tank top, Spiranac looks stunning as always while flashing her million-dollar smile to end the video.

“Happy Masters week!” she says in the Monday afternoon Instagram post. “Who do you have winning? Also, be on the lookout for all the fun content I’ll be doing with @pointsbetusa this week.”

She ends the social media post’s caption with a green heart emoji and yellow heart emoji — two colors often associated with the Masters.

Paige Spiranac’s Massive Social Media Following

As most of her social media posts do, Paige Spiranac drew a ton of attention for her Masters week post. In under two hours, her post took in well over 200,000 “likes” and hundreds of comments. Many of her social media followers chimed in with who they believe will win this year’s Masters Tournament. Others simply wanted to compliment Paige Spiranac on her impressive drive.

The Master’s Tournament will begin on Thursday and run until Sunday when a champion is crowned. The purse for this year’s tournament is $11.5 million. Played at Augusta National Golf Course, the Master Tournament is one of the most-watched television sporting events each year. Along with a huge payday, the winner gets the highly-coveted green sports jacket. The world’s top golfer, Dustin Johnson, is the odds-on favorite to win this year’s event.

Paige Spiranac, who turned 28-years-old just a few days ago, was a collegiate star on the golf course. Her professional golfing career did not go as well with injuries forcing her to retire after only a year of pro golf under her belt. She now has found a calling as a social media marketer and influencer.