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Who is Paige Spiranac?
Paige Renee Spiranac is an American well-known social media personality, golf instructor, and former professional golfer. She has over 260,000 subscribers and 145 instructional videos on YouTube and 3.2 million Instagram followers.
In her golf career, she played Division 1 college golf at both the University of San Diego State and San Diego State University, where she won All-Mountain West Conference honors during the 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons and led the Aztecs to their first Mountain West Conference Championship in 2015.
How Old Is Paige Spiranac?
She is 29 years old as of July 2022, having been born on March 26, 1993, in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, U.S. Paige shares her birthdate with celebrities such as; Gavin Magnus, Paige Taylor, James Caan (1940-2022), Ella Anderson, and many more.
Paige Spiranac Family
Who are Paige Spiranac Parents?
She was born to Dan Spiranac (Father) and Annette Spiranac (Mother) was a professional ballerina.
Does Paige Spiranac have Siblings?
She has an elder sister by the name of Lexie Spiranac.
Paige Spiranac Education
She was a home-schooled student. After that, she attended The University of Arizona and San Diego State University.
Paige Spiranac Marital Status
She is currently single. However, she was previously married to Steven Tinoco.
Paige Spiranac Kids
There is no news on the internet showing whether she has kids or not. In case there is news regarding this matter, we will update it here as soon as possible.
Paige Spiranac Golf Career
A Junior Golf Career
In her early golf career, she won five tournaments in seven tries on Colorado’s junior golf circuit including the 2010 CWGA Junior Stroke Play. En route to becoming a top-20 junior player in the world, she was a top-5 college recruit and a two-time West Region Player of the Year, and a first-team All-American as a member of the Future Collegians World Tour. For this reason, she earned herself a golf scholarship from the University of Arizona.
A College Golf Career
2011-2012, in her freshman year, she competed in three events for the University of Arizona Wildcats during their golf season: The Windy City Intercollegiate, the Pac-12/SEC Challenge, and the Wildcat Individual. Her best score of the year was during the Windy City Intercollegiate, a 73 shot twice. For her sophomore year, she transferred to San Diego State. Improved success followed in the 2012-2013 season, with First-Team All-Mountain West honors, a fifth-place finish at the Cal Classic, a sixth at the Mountain West Championship, and 19th at the NCAA Central Regional Championships.
Her junior season in 2013-2014 resulted in Second-Team All-Mountain West Honors, along with one top ten finish at the Mountain West Championship. She thus ended her senior season with the Aztecs’ first Mountain West Conference Championship in school history, which she described as “one of the absolute happiest moments of my life”. The Colorado Golf Association hosted the 100th Colorado Women’s Golf Association Match Play Championship in July 2015 at Raccoon Creek Golf Course. In a 35-hole title match against Brittany Fan of the University of Colorado Boulder, she won finishing nine strokes under par.
A Professional Golf Career
A Career at Cactus Tour
In May 2016, she debuted on the developmental Cactus Tour at the Las Colinas club in Queen Creek, Arizona. In her third start, a sudden-death win at Scottsdale’s Orange Tree Country Club earned her her win-first tour win over Hannah O’Sullivan, the then top-ranked amateur in the world. Next, she finished at Stallion Mountain and earned an $800 prize. In June at the Aliante Golf Club, she finished 17th out of 52 golfers, her twelve-over par score netting a $575 prize.
She went on to finish eight-over-par in July for a seventh-place finish at Walnut Creek in Mansfield, Texas, earning $600. In August/September 2016, she competed at CoBank Colorado Women’s Open, placing ninth at one-under-par and earning $1,750. In September 2016, she finished in a three-way second-place tie in Phoenix, Arizona at Legacy. Her second-best finish of the year she earned $935. In October, a two-under-par final round produced another top-five finish at Trilogy and $800. She then ended the season with $8,010 in winnings.
A Career at LPGA attempt
In August 2016, she competed in her first LPGA Qualifying Tournament. However, she did not earn a card to play on the professional circuit.
A Career in Business
Besides a golf career, she has been featured in magazines such as Sports Illustrated edition and Golf Digest. With the December 2018 issue, she began writing a monthly column in Golf Magazine. She went on to sign with Parsons Xtreme Golf (PXG) in 2017, to represent its golf clubs in social media and television ads. That year also, she became a brand ambassador for 18Birdies to help market its golf app nationwide.
In addition, she has signed deals with Mizzen + Main and Philip Stein Watches. In 2021, she joined PointsBet, a global sportsbook operator, as a brand ambassador and on-air personality. According to the official announcement, she also took an equity stake in the company and became a “significant” shareholder. Next, she was named the ‘Sexiest Woman Alive’ in June 2022, in Maxim’s 2022 Hot 100 list and she was the first athlete to attain the No. 1 spot on the Hot 100 list.
A Career in Social media
Her self-promotion has received criticism for “sexualizing women’s golf”. Therefore, she sought to use the exposure to promote her anti-bullying campaign and continue to fight for a woman’s right to feel comfortable in her own skin. In July 2017, the LPGA Tour introduced a stricter dress code, restricting plunging necklines, leggings, and short skirts. For this reason, it triggers immediate criticism, characterized by the Fox Sports headline “LPGA slammed for ‘slut-shaming’ its own players after new dress code restrictions revealed. In response, Paige spoke against it in a Fortune magazine op-ed piece, “The Progression of Women’s Golf Is Plunging Further than Our Necklines” which appeared just days after the LPGA announcement. Paige then started a podcast entitled Playing-A-Round with Paige Renee in February 2020.
Paige Spiranac Height and Measurements
Adding up to her well-curved and beautiful body, she stands at a height of 5ft 6inches (1.68m) and a weight of 55kg (121lbs).
Paige Spiranac Salary and Net Worth
Her salary is not mentioned on the internet but has an estimated net worth of $3 million.