Female goft player Paige Spiranac is so beautiful that she is compared to tennis player Anna Kournikova.
Paige Spiranac, 26 year old is an American social media personality and professional golfer.
She played college golf at both the University of Arizona and San Diego State University, winning All-Mountain West Conference honors during the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 seasons, and leading the Aztecs to their first Mountain West Conference Championship.
Spiranac grew up in Monument, Colorado, where she practiced gymnastics in hopes of competing in the Olympics.
Her talent allowed her to skip from level six to Elites, earning an invitation from Karolyi Ranch.
At 12, a twice-broken kneecap derailed her gymnastics dreams and pushed her towards golf.
In her early golf career, Spiranac 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, 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.
This earned her a golf scholarship from the University of Arizona.
In 2015, a Total Frat Move article encouraging people to check Spiranac out online, resulted in her Instagram following jumping from under 10,000 to over 100,000 in just two days.
This explosion in social media led her to being invited to play in the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic in 2015. She missed the cut, but the online attention resulted in many sponsors and endorsement deals, making her a professional golfer.
After initially creating her social media accounts to post trick-shot videos, Spiranac now has over 1.5 million followers on Instagram.
Although she has just won a championship in her career, the attention of her fans for her thanks to her beautiful face and perfect 3 rounds makes her be compared to Anna Kournikova of tennis.
Spiranac currently has signed deals with Mizzen + Main, Philip Stein Watches, 18Birdies, and Cybersmile, and she has been featured in magazines such as the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition and Golf Digest. She began writing a monthly column in Golf Magazine, with the December 2018 issue.
Spiranac's appearance on the cover of Golf Digest sparked controversy. In its nearly seven decades of publication, the magazine only featured a woman on its cover twenty-three times, just eleven of them being professional female golfers.
Spiranac has received criticism for "sexualizing women's golf". On numerous occasions, Spiranac has mentioned that the criticisms have hurt her.
She continues to fight against the rampant sexism in golf, as well as the constant slut shaming by promoting herself on her social media accounts dressed in whatever clothing she personally enjoys.
The sexism and social media policing did not diminish when Spiranac was featured in suggestive bikini poses in the February 2018 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
Spiranac 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.
Spiranac has raised in both the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition and Golf Digest accounts of random internet users harassing her online, and how she uses the experiences as motivation for her fight against online mistreatment.