‘It Was Like the Masters’: Paige Spiranac Gushes About Her Recent Trip to the ‘Dance Floor’

Published 11/12/2022, 6:30 AM EST

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As a golf content creator, Paige Spiranac gets to visit and play in many of the most beautiful golf courses worldwide. Recently, she went to the Palmer Course at the Geneva National, in Wisconsin, for their ‘Dance Floor’ opening, which the former golfer enjoyed so much that she even found it similar to the Augusta National in some ways. 

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Other than Instagram, where she rules with her unbeaten 3.6 million followers, and other social platforms, Spiranac also has a YouTube channel. She mostly uploads vlogs from different golf courses she visited for her 306k subscribers. 

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“I am here for the opening of the ‘Dance Floor,'” the golf influencer said soon after her latest vlog began. “It literally is so big and so much fun,” she added further. 

The ‘Dance Floor’ is a 27-hole Himalayas-style putting course the Palmer Course offers at the Geneva Golf Club. Their official website description says it features an illuminated putt-putt on grass plus surround sound, a cocktail bar, a bocce ball, and firepits. 

Paige Spiranac got a Masters’ feel at the Geneva National

Paige Renee Spiranac found the Palmer Course a bit difficult to play. Although it is a challenging course, she found it a good place for learning to putt well. “I wish I could come here every single day and just work on my lag putting,” she added. “Because I think then I would be an amazing lag putter.” 

The 1-time Cactus Tour champion played golf, tested their putting greens, and even conducted a small event where people could participate. Notably, the champion of the contest was fortunate enough to play on the putting course with her. 

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Although she enjoyed every activity there, the Masters-like tradition attracted her the most. “They let me pick the lunch menu,” the 29-year-old told her viewers. “It was like the Masters, where the winner gets to pick the menu for everyone.” 

Hideki Matsuyama, the 2021 Masters champion who got to pick the 2022 Champions Dinner menu, selected Japanese cuisines for himself and other champions. The menu included sushi, miso-glazed black cod, and fluffy Japanese strawberry shortcake. 

Notably, none of Spiranac’s picks were as fancy as Matsuyama’s. She selected grilled cheese and corn dogs for lunch, and the Colorado native sounded excited as the chef prepared it in a “gourmet” style. 

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Paige Spiranac enjoyed her day at the Geneva National. She found it interesting and found a tradition similar to that at the Augusta National during the Masters week. Did you find their new ‘Dance Floor’ interesting as well? 

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Anjana Prabhakaran

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Anjana Prabhakaran is a Golf content writer at EssentiallySports. She has completed her Master's degree in Public Administration and considers researching as one of her hobbies. As her family is interested in sports, Anjana grew up watching every sport on television.
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