These Are Paige Spiranac’s Top 5 Goals for the New Year

Among them are aspirations related to golf, fitness, communication and content creation.
Paige Spiranac

Paige Spiranac. 

Golf instructor Paige Spiranac took to her Instagram story earlier today to share a few of her goals for the year ahead. In 2024, the 30-year-old hopes to focus on perfecting her game and honing some of her wellness practices.

Here’s how she broke it down:

1. Golf game

“Starting with golf, I want to be a plus handicap again, I’m around a scratch right now so I want to get a little bit better,” Spiranac said. “I’ll be sharing tips and tricks on how to practice and improve on [Instagram].”

2. Pick up new hobbies

“I want to read more,” Spiranac noted. While she hopes to pick up a book more regularly in 2024, Spiranac and her sister, Lexie Mitchell, released a children’s bookHattie Goes Golfing, in November. 

3. Improve communication

“I actually want to text back faster,” she admitted. “Sometimes when people text me back, it takes me a while to respond, and no one is that busy, so I can do a better job doing that and I want to do a better job doing that.”

4. Content creation

“With posting, I just want to post more,” Spiranac said. “Sometimes I just felt like I was posting what I thought would work and what was like the perfect post, and I don’t want to do that anymore.”

5. Fitness 

“I want to lean up and just feel really good in my skin and my body and do what makes me feel good,” she added.

In addition to sharing her own goals, Spiranac asked her 3.9 million followers to share their own New Year’s resolutions and goals for 2024 in her Q&A-style story.

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Cara O’Bleness


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