‘Need a Nap’: Paige Spiranac Makes Honest Confession After Witnessing Mayhem at the WM Phoenix Open

Published 02/12/2023, 3:30 AM EST

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One of the most popular events on the PGA Tour, the WM Phoenix Open, is underway this week. Similar to the thousands of other fans, Paige Spiranac found herself at the crazy fan-favorite event. The drama-filled chaos of the event is certainly something that the ex-golf pro has witnessed before. But by the end of it, it had left her craving for one thing in particular. And there surely wasn’t more excitement!

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Following the third round of the Phoenix Open, the gorgeous golfer took to Twitter to express herself. While the ex-golf pro had undoubtedly loved the experience, it had also drained her completely. The blonde influencer posted a photo of herself on the stands at the 16th hole of the event and wrote, “I need a nap now lol.”

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The social media icon was tired after the enthusiasm and mayhem at the Phoenix Open’s 16th hole. From the excitement and screams of the fans when Jon Rahm putted a birdie at the hole to the boos towards Xander Schauffele for bogeying the hole, the Instagram model had witnessed it all.

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Although exhilarating, the rush eventually wears one down. By the end of it all, the stunning golfer just wanted to lay her head down and crash. It’s not surprising that Spiranac felt that way, of course. The 16th hole at the Phoenix Open, after all, is one of the most packed and loudest holes on the Tour.

Who is leading the scoreboard at the Phoenix Open?

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By the end of the third round, the leaderboard of the event had seen some drastic changes. Scottie Scheffler, the defending champion, currently sits atop the leaderboard after shooting a 68 in the third round. Close behind are Nick Taylor and Jon Rahm, who trail by two strokes. They certainly are not ready to give up just yet and will hope that Scheffler slips up on Sunday.

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Jordan Spieth, whose last Tour win came in April last year, is also not too far behind and is tied with Adam Hadwin for fourth place, just 3 strokes behind the reigning champion. With 18 holes left to play, the game is still in anyone’s hands as they all look to grab the $3.6 million winner’s check.

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Who do you think will grab the win at the iconic event? Will it be Rahm with his 3rd of the year? Or is Scheffler defending his crown? Let us know in the comments below.

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Written by:

Sheldon Pereira

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Sheldon is a golf writer at EssentiallySports. He is a business graduate from Christ University with a degree in Finance and Accounting. He also has experience as a Senior Audit Associate at an MNC, but his love for writing drove him towards his dream, and he switched careers.
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Varunkumaar Chelladurai

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