Paige Spiranac has some thoughts on Grayson Murray chucking his clubs at the U.S. Open and according to her, she likes it when golfers throw their emotions out there via TPS;
At last weekends U.S. Open, Grayson Murray let his emotions get the best of him, first by tossing his putter into the fescue. And if that wasn’t enough, he later snapped another club over his knee after missing the green and landing in the heavy rough.
Paige Spiranac weighed in on Murray’s meltdown and explained how she likes to see golfers showing their emotions. She says that it is celebrated in other sports and should be in golf as well.
She also points out that she can relate, as she has been known to throw around a club or two.
Matthew Fitzpatrick went on to win the U.S. Open with a one shot victory over Will Zalatoris and Scottie Scheffler. Spiranac, who is an ambassador for gambling company PointsBet, correctly predicted Fitzpatrick as a top option to win the tournament.
She was also recently named “World’s Sexiest Woman” by Maxim Magazine. Not just a pretty face, this woman knows her golf.
As previously mentioned she was voted World’s Sexiest Woman.
Paige Spiranac is in “disbelief” after being named the “Sexiest Woman Alive” for Maxim’s Hot 100 list.
The golf influencer graces the cover of the 2022 Maxim Hot 100 issue, which features Spiranac in bed, braless under an open white button-up shirt.
Spiranac posed braless in a number photos in the Maxim spread, including a variety of sultry looks. One shot shows the blonde in a pair of bikini bottoms while standing on a pedestal overlooking a beach.
“So @MaximMag named me the sexiest woman alive this year and I’m in disbelief!” Spiranac tweeted Thursday, thanking the magazine “for this amazing honor.”
Spiranac also gushed over the honor in a post on Instagram, admitting she asked, “Are you sure?” when the magazine reached out to her, “because I was truly in disbelief” about the offer.
“To me being sexy is about confidence and feeling comfortable in your own skin. I’ve always tried to stay true to myself though out my unconventional path and now I’m so proud to be following so many amazing women who carried the title in years before me,” Spiranac wrote, thanking Gilles Bensimon, a New York-based photographer, for shooting the project.
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