It's no secret that, all around the world, pretty girls get a lot of attention. Golfer Paige Spiranac is certainly attractive, and she is certainly getting plenty of attention.


The former San Diego State and Arizona State athlete is a fitness addict and an aspiring LPGA professional. Spiranac made her pro debut on a sponsor's exemption at the 2015 Dubai Ladies Masters and she bombed, finishing 101st out of 107 players. She broke down in front of the media after the event and since has been largely absent from social media while she works to achieve her goal of playing golf at the highest level. She wrote a very interesting and revealing piece for Golf Digest where she explained that her experience in Dubai was probably a good thing for her career.


If she wanted, Paige could make a nice career on sponsor's exemptions, photo shoots, and social media success, but you have to respect her desire to make herself better and reach her goals. She's been called "golf's Anna Kournikova" and just another Natalie Gulbis but, while the attention will always be there, she hopes hard work will break her through those molds.


Very inspiring stuff...now here are some hot pictures.





Paige Spiranac is a former collegiate golfer at San Diego State University.


 She is currently trying to earn her LPGA Tour card.


Spiranac isn't just a golfer. Prior to playing college golf, she was a competitive gymnast from age 6 to 12.


As a gymnast, she broke her kneecap jumping backwards off a vault.


In an interview with Callaway Golf, Spiranac said the one thing she would change about how golf is played is that fans are too quiet.


Spiranac stays busy every day. She says her normal routine involves waking up at 5:30 a.m. and going to the gym, then working on her game at the course for five hours, then back to the gym to lift.


Her main social media platform is Instagram, where she has more than 355,000 followers.



One surprise: She claims to be terrible at mini-golf!







Our buggy Article Admin won't allow me to embed Instagram videos but I found a compilation of her greatest viral hits on YouTube. Her Instagram is worth a follow.



 


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