Who is Paige Spiranac?
She is an American social media personality and former professional golfer. She played college golf at both the University of Arizona and San Diego State University, winning All-Mountain West Conference honours during the 2012–13 and 2013–14 seasons, and leading the Aztecs to their first Mountain West Conference Championship in 2015.
She is also a well-known personality for posting trick-shot videos on her Instagram account with more than 3 million followers.
She first played professionally in December 2015, joined the developmental Cactus Tour in May 2016, earning her first and only win in June when she defeated an amateur golfer at Scottsdale’s Orange Tree Country Club.
|Real Name||Paige Renee Spiranac|
|Birth Place||Wheat Ridge, Colorado.|
|Date of Birth||26th March 1993.|
|Source of Income||Social media personality and former professional golfer.|
|Age||28 as of 2021.|
|Father’s name||Dan Spiranac.|
|Mother’s name||Annette Spiranac.|
|Siblings||An older sister named Lexie.|
|University||University of Arizona & San Diego State University.|
|Height||5 feet 6 inches /167.64 Cm.|
|Weight||55 Kg / 121 Lbs.|
|Body Measurement||34-26-35 ( lunches).|
|Marital Status||Married in 2018.|
|Husband||Steven Tinoco, a former minor league baseball player.|
|Children||As of now, practised it is the time of writing this The couple do not have any children.|
|Profession||American social media personality and former professional golfer.|
|Source of Income||Instagram star, Golfer.|
|Twitter /Paige Spiranac|
|Instagram / Paige Spiranac|
|YouTube||YouTube /Paige Spiranac|
|Net Worth||$ 3 million (Rs 22.57 Cr).|
|Last Updated||October 2021.|
How Did Paige Spiranac Become Famous?
She strongly holds the internet by filming herself performing golf trick shots and uploading the videos to YouTube. She was also featured in a popular magazine in 2015 that catapulted her social media career.
She was born in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, on 26th March 1993. She was born in a family of Croatian descent. Her father, Dan Spiranac was a member of the 1976 Pittsburgh Panthers national championship college football team & her mother, Annette Spiranac was a professional ballerina.
She has an older sister named Lexie who also received a college athletic scholarship, competing on Stanford’s track team.
She has practised gymnastics since her very early stage of life in hopes of competing in the Olympics. She proved her talent & was able to skip from level six to Elites, earning an invitation from Karolyi Ranch. At the age of twelve, a twice-broken kneecap derailed her gymnastics dreams and pushed her towards golf.
She becomes a top-20 junior player in the world, a top-5 college recruit, and a two-time West Region Player of the Year and first-team All-American as a member of the Future Collegians World Tour.
In 2011–2012, she competed in only three events for the University of Arizona Wildcats during their golf season – the Windy City Intercollegiate, the Pac-12/SEC Challenge, and the Wildcat Invitational. Her best score of the year was a 73, shot twice during the Windy City Intercollegiate.
Ladies European Tour
In 2015, her Instagram followers jumped from under 10,000 to over 100,000 in just two days.
In July 2016, She competed in her second LET event, the Ladies Scottish Open at Dundonald. She cut third place and went on to finish 58th.
She started her Cactus Tour at the Las Colinas club in Queen Creek, Arizona, in May 2016. A five-under-par final round earned her a tie for 14th place and a prize of just $100 (Rs 7.5k) out of the $12,080 (Rs 9.11 Lacs) purse. Another strong final round at her second event at Lookout Mountain, a day’s best three-under-par, resulted in a third-place who like a tie at one-under, good for $950 (Rs 71.6k).
In her third start, a sudden-death win at Scottsdale’s Orange Tree Country Club over Hannah O’Sullivan, the then top-ranked amateur in the world, she earned her first tour win.
She next finished ninth at Stallion Mountain, earning an $800 (Rs 60.35k)prize. At the Aliante Golf Club, in June, She finished 17th out of 52 golfers, her twelve-over-par score netting a $575 (Rs 43.38k) prize. In July, she finished eight-over-par for a seventh-place finish at Walnut Creek in Mansfield, Texas, earning $600 (Rs 45.26k).
She competed in the August/September 2016 CoBank Colorado Women’s Open, placing ninth at one-under-par and earning $1,750 (Rs 1.32 Lacs).
In September 2016, She finished in a three-way second-place tie at Legacy in Phoenix, Arizona. Her second-best finish of the year, earning $935 (Rs 70.54k). A two-under-par final round produced another top-five finish at Trilogy, in October $800 (Rs 60.35k).
The final event of the season was the 2016 Arizona Women’s Open in November 2016 in Sun City, Arizona, where She shot an opening-round 78 and finished 30th. She ended the season with $8,010 (Rs 6.04 lacs) in winnings.
After the season, seeking to concentrate on growing her social media presence and influence, She changed her agent to Jeremy Aisenberg of Octagon.
In August 2016, She competed in her first LPGA Qualifying Tournament, attempting to earn a card to play on the professional circuit she was unsuccessful.
Return to LET and retirement
She was again invited to play in Dubai in December 2016.
She began writing a monthly column in “Golf Magazine”, with the December 2018 issue.
In 2017, she also became a brand ambassador for 18 Birdies to help market its golf app nationwide. She also has signed deals with Mizzen + Main and Philip Stein Watches.
Her appearance on the May 2016 cover of Golf Digest, having never finished in the top 300 of the NCAA ranking, and having missed the cut at her then-only professional event, sparked controversy.
In February 2020, She started a podcast called Playing-A-Round with Paige Renee.
She has 3 million Instagram followers, reportedly receives just over $14,000 (Rs 10.55 Lacs) per post. Woods, who has 2.5 million followers, earns just over $11,000 (Rs 8.29 Lacs) per post, with McIlroy, who has 2.1 million followers, picking up just over $10,000 (Rs 7.54 Lacs) per post.
She has made a strong presence on social media platforms. She has 477.5k followers on Twitter, 3.2 million followers on Instagram. Along with this, she has 254K active subscribers on her Youtube Channel & On her Facebook page, there are 3.9M followers around the globe as of October 2021.
In December 2016, Steven Tinoco, a former minor league baseball player, proposed to her to whom she married in 2018.
She is a Croatian-American golfer who attended Arizona and San Diego Universities, where she earned All-Mountain West Conference accolades in 2012-13 and 2013-14.
She started playing professionally in December 2015, and in May 2016, she joined the Cactus Tour’s growth program, scoring her first and only victory in June.
She has climbed like a rocket after her golf career to become one of the most prominent stars in the sky. She currently has nearly three million Instagram followers. Teemu Selänne, an ardent golfer, is one of Spiranac’s followers
She was invited to the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic match in 2015. Even though the game did not go well, she was able to secure multiple sponsorship agreements as a result of her high notoriety.
Q. Is Paige Spiranac a real golfer?
Ans:- Before she became a superstar social media personality with millions of followers, she was the former collegiate golfer who was attempting to make it like a pro. She was the former University of Arizona and San Diego State golfer.
Q.What nationality is Paige Spiranac?
Q.Who is Paige Spiranac husband?
Ans:- Steven Tinoco a former minor league baseball player.
Q.Does Paige Spiranac have a child?
Ans:- She does not have any children yet.
Q.What is Paige Spiranac official Instagram?
Ans:- Paige Spiranac (@_paige.renee) Instagram photos and videos.
Q.Where did Paige Spiranac go to college?
Ans:-The University of Arizona & San Diego State University.
Q.When was Paige Spiranac born?
Ans:- 26th March 1993.
Q.Where was Paige Spiranac born?
Ans:- Wheat Ridge, Colorado, United States.
Q. What is the Paige Spiranac website?