In the most cheeky manner possible, Paige Spiranac has provided two reasons why she should be chosen to present one of golf’s biggest TV shows.
Currently, she has 4 million followers on Instagram, 940,000 followers on X and 1.5 million followers on TikTok.
When she kept the ball rolling in a bid to replace the legendary Paul Azinger, the influencer made a joke even her feistiest fans might not get.
After five years on national television, Azinger is leaving, and Paige launched a presidential-sounding rallying call to replace him.
As she wrote on social media, “I’m a woman of the people. And the people want me to replace Paul Azinger.
“You can’t deny I’d bring two big attributes to the table. My personality and golf knowledge of course.”
As a result of Paige’s apparent chest joke, her followers surged into action.
One said: “You’d definitely spike viewership!”
Another wrote: “Two outstanding attributes, for sure,” while a third demanded: “Paige, we need you.”
A fourth shouted: “Make golf great again!”
Known for sharing golf tips and glam photos of herself on social media, Spiranac was recently included on the Maxim Hot 100 list for her influencer career.
Last Thursday, Paige Spiranac shared two raunchy images in a crop-top and mini skirt.
One photo shows her holding a golf club while wearing an off-the-shoulder top, miniskirt and knee-high socks, while another shows her abs covered in a designer American shirt.
The caption accompanying one of the photos read: “I’m looking back at my golf shots [bets] this year and have cleaned up ️🔥.”
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About Paige Spiranac :
A former professional golfer, Paige Renee Spiranac (born March 26, 1993) is an American social media personality and golf instructor. She played Division 1 college golf at both the University of Arizona and San Diego State University, winning All-Mountain West Conference honors during the 2012–13 and 2013–14 seasons, and leading the Aztecs to their first Mountain West Conference Championship in 2015.