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Paige Spiranac is known for posting video clips on her social networks showing her golf swing from different angles. Her latest post on the subject received mixed reactions from fans.

Spiranac’s latest post shows her practicing a drive swing on a practice range. Spiranac accompanied the post with the following caption:

“Crushed.”

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The post received a mixed response from fans. One X (formerly Twitter) user posted the following:

“Rest please”

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Another user wrote,

“Will robots play golf?”

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Let’s take a look at some other reactions on X:

“I would even change my last name to Spiranac,” one fan posted.

“Please stop… please… I have to get some work done at some point,” another X user wrote.

“The amount of eyes she brings to golf is amazing,” another fan remarked.

Paige Spiranac has a very large social media fan base, with over 7 million followers across all platforms. She currently (July 2024) has over 4 million followers on Instagram, over 1 million followers on , over 1.6 million followers on TikTok, and over 400,000 subscribers on YouTube.

Spiranac began her social media career around 2015, creating content for her Instagram account. She was also pursuing a career in professional golf at this time. In addition, Spiranac was a contributor to Golf Digest.

Has Paige Spiranac ever played on the LPGA Tour?

Paige Spiranac played golf at the junior, collegiate, and amateur levels between 2005 and 2015. In December 2015, she turned professional and began playing on the Arizona-based Cactus Tour.

Six months later, in May 2016, Spiranac won her first professional tournament at the Orange Tree Golf Resort in Phoenix. There, she defeated the world’s top-ranked amateur golfer at the time, Hannah O’Sullivan, in a playoff.Encouraged by this and other successes, Spiranac attempted to qualify for the LPGA Tour through Qualifying School, held at the Dinah Shore Course in Mission Hills. By this time, Spiranac was already the most followed golf-related personality on Instagram. However, she still had aspirations of playing at the highest level.

After shooting three rounds of 73, 77, and 78 (12-over 228), Spiranac was six strokes short of the 54-hole cut and did not advance past the opening round. With this performance, Spiranac finished 225th out of the 347 players who competed that year.The 2016 Q-School consisted of three stages, at the end of which 20 LPGA Tour cards and an additional 34 special temporary memberships were awarded. Among the players who joined the world’s premier tour that season were Angel Yin, Mel Reid, Nasa Hataoka, Emily Kristine Pedersen, and Celine Boutier.

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