ISLANDne of the most prominent golf influencers, former professional golfers Paige Spiranacshared some poignant advice on Monday for all the guys who harass her online and slip into her DM’s.
“Word of advice to the men out there. If you’re going to write a mean, nasty comment about me at least delete your DM asking me out first. You’re giving me mixed messages lol” she tweeted.
She recently got into a fight over “slow female golfers” who play on championship courses on the weekends with conservative commentator Nick Adams. Whether these two things are related or not is more speculation.
From queen on the course to queen on social media
Spiranac transferred from Arizona thaw San Diego State after her first year there. She sought to join the LPGA Tour while making appearances on the Cactus Tour. In 2016, she failed to make the cut at an LPGA Tour compete in Dubai. Since then, she has participated in numerous invitational matches.
With the launch of her newOnlyPaige” website, Paige Spiranac is also giving her fans what they want: VIP access to exclusive, subscription-only content.
Subscribers to “OnlyPaige” will get access to paywalled material such as golf tutorial videos and behind-the-scenes looks at Spiranac’s daily activities, including never-before-seen imageslive streaming, and Q&As.
She chose a different path to success on social media and rose to become one of the sport’s most well-known influencers with more than 1.6 millionTikTok followers in addition to her more than 3.7 million Instagram followers. She published a 2023 calendar last year and serves as an ambassador for Points Bet USA.