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Paige Spiranac

Paige Spiranac is an aspiring LPGA professional golfer and instagram sensation.

Paige’s Instagram has a massive following of 2 million followers, but don’t worry if you cannot find the Instagram of Paige using Spiranac, simply search Paige Renee and you’ll find her on both Instragram and Twitter. Or simply search Paige Spiranac YouTube.

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Paige is 26, 1.6 meters and American.

Born in Wheat Ridge Colorado to an athletic family with Croatian origins. Her father was a football national champion with the 1976 Pittsburgh Panthers and her mother Annette Spiranac was a professional ballet dancer.

Before golf Paige trained as an elite gymnast and almost went on to compete in the Olympics but a fractured knee forced her to re-evaluate her career. After some trial and error Paige set her sights on a professional golf career.

Following a successful junior golf career Paige played golf in her early teen years at the University of Arizona and also at San Diego State University.

This is where Paige found Instagram and Youtube to be a very powerful tool to enable to push herself into the spotlight.

Paige has been traveling the world playing competitive golf on the LPGA tour in competitions like the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic as well as collaborating with companies and sponsors  such as Callaway, Descente, Topgolf, Golf Digest, and PXG golf. Also Paige has been the hot cover model for the 2018 Sports Illustrated magazine, swimsuit issue.

In 2017, Spiranac signed for Parsons Xtreme Golf, also known as PXG, to represent the golf brand on it’s social and television networks. Spiranac as part of the PXG troop where she promotes growing the game of golf, inspiring women to play golf, motivate women golfers to a healthier lifestyle and promote anti-bullying.

In 2018 Golf week posted a video of Steve Tinoco, Paige Spiranac and PGA golf professional Tony Finau attempting trying to break a Guiness World Record, which required that they caught golf balls from 100 meters away with 60 seconds. Obviously Paige and co broke the previous world record of 11 with 12 balls caught in one minute.

Paige is now very active across Instagram and Twitter. The Paige Spiranac Youtube is massively popular promoting golf fitness and instructional content to help all golfers get in shape and fix their swing and game problems.

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