Spiranac is now a social media sensation who uploads instructional golf content on Youtube. She has a huge fan base with 3.2milion followers on Instagram and has 269K subscribers on Youtube.
In the new episode of her podcast, Playing a Round With Paige Renee she talked about how she felt miserable when she was told about her dressing style on a golf course. At the same time, she talked about how she basically hates this kind of elite thing with golf courses and that she always adheres to the dress code.
Piage said, “She went to one of the nicest country clubs in Colorado .... And they walked into the pro shop to buy something with the gift card that they had from an event you know,... and my mom’s like, they were so rude to us in the clubhouse, it’s like that mentality, that elitist mentality when it comes to golf that really just like grinds my gears.”
Spiranac added, “...It’s just bizarre. I always follow the dress code. And it’s like people are that rude to me. And it’s like, those are the reasons why golf doesn’t grow. It’s the elitist mentality, and it makes me sick. It literally makes me sick.”
The 29-year-old won her first event as a professional in June 2016. She won an event on the Cactus Tour at Orange Tree Golf Resort and she carded a final round of 68.
Spiranac could not make it through the qualifying school. As a result, she could not secure her card for the LPGA Tour. Moreover, Paige spoke about the amount of cyberbullying she receives during an event in 2016. In the end, with all the factors adding up, she announced her retirement from competitive golf in December 2016.