Golf Instructor Paige Spiranac Divulges What She Looks for in a Man, Other Fun Facts

The 30-year-old answered a few FAQs while she played a hole at the University of Denver Golf Club.
Paige Spiranac

Paige Spiranac. 

Paige Spiranac, a prominent golf influencer and content creator, recently took to Instagram to share a few fun facts about herself while she played a hole at the University of Denver Golf Club. She wore a white midriff-baring crop top and matching mini skirt for the occasion, along with golf shoes and a visor.

The 30-year-old one-time SI Swimsuit model revealed that her favorite color is pink, she adores sunflowers and squirrels are her biggest fear. Spiranac also shared what she looks for in a potential partner.

“My biggest turn-on in a man is a great sense of humor,” she stated.

Spiranac, who was previously a competitive gymnast, began playing golf at age 13 and noted in her Friday post that she has four hole-in-ones and her lowest score ever on the green is a 63.

“This has got to be a record for FAQs addressed in one reel,” one of the model and influencer’s 3.8 million followers quipped in the comments.

“I played on a course where the squirrels would jump in your cart with you in it and steal your hot dog if you didn't guard it with your life,” another person noted of Spiranac’s worst fear. “so out on that 😂,” she replied.

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