Paige Spiranac 2022: Net worth, Salary, and Endorsements
Paige Renee Spiranac is a former golfer turned social media sensation. Born on the 26th of March, 1993, the now 28-year-old is one of the most followed golfers in the world, despite her professional disassociation with the sport, in 2016.
Paige Spiranac: Personal life & Career
With sports running deep in her veins, Paige Spiranac was born in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, to a family of three. She was welcomed home by her father, Dan, her mother, Annette, and an older sister, Lexie.
Growing up, Paige fancied an interest in professional gymnastics. However, an unfortunate accident at age 12 forced her to quit her dreams of the mat and pushed her toward the course.
She further pursued her interest in golf at the University of Arizona and San Diego State University from 2011 to 2015.
Having turned pro in 2015, a failure to make the cut to the LPGA Tour saw Paige Spiranac retiring from professional golf in 2016.
Currently residing in Arizona, Paige Spiranac is a renowned American celebrity. With a vast growing fan following on social media, she pertains to several endorsement deals, brand partnerships, and sponsorships, further adding to her Influencer profile.
Paige is currently married to her long-term boyfriend, Steven Tinoco. Paige met her husband, a former minor league baseball player in 2016, and the duo got hitched in 2018.
Paige Spiranac: Net Worth
Paige Spiranac maintains a strong social media presence, adding to her annual finances. Paige has a net worth of $3 million. Her earnings through her social media platforms like Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube provide for the maximum of her net worth.
Paige Spiranac has partnered deals with brands like Mizzen + Main, Philip Stein Watches, 18Birdies, Cybersmile, and many more. Notably, she is also the brand ambassador of 18birdies.
Apart from endorsements, a huge part of her finances is generated through her modeling career. Paige Spiranac has featured in magazines such as Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition and Golf digest.
She is also an avid YouTuber with a growing list of subscribers. She turned to the world of entertainment in 2016 and has since emerged as the face of female golf, despite having retired professionally.
Paige Spiranac: Junior Amateur and College golf career
In a short-lived golf career, Paige Spiranac exhibited brilliance right from a young age. She won 5 tournaments on Colorado’s junior golf circuit. Her list of records during her time in Colorado includes becoming a top-20 junior player in the world, a top-5 college recruit, a two-time West Region Player of the Year, and first-team All-American as a member of the Future Collegians World Tour. Notably, these heroics earned her a scholarship from the University of Arizona.
As a fresh-men in 2011-2012, she competed in only three events and failed to make a significant mark. Following the best score of 73 that year, she moved to the San Diego State soon after. In the 2012-2013 season, she recorded a fifth-place finish at the Cal Classic, a sixth at the Mountain West Championship, and a nineteenth at the NCAA Central Regional Championships.
Her 2013-2014 season was equally flourishing as it resulted in Second-Team All-Mountain West Honors, along with one top ten finish at the Mountain West Championship. In July 2015, in a 35-hole title match, Paige Spiranac won, finishing nine strokes under par.
Following unprecedented media attention the same year, Paige Spiranac was invited to the Omega Dubai Ladies classic of the Ladies European Tour, where she missed the cut, sadly. However, in 2016, Paige competed at the Ladies Scottish Open, her second LET event, where she finished 58th.
A debut on the Cactus Tour in 2016 resulted in a five-under-par final round and a 14th place tie. Notably, it was followed by her second event at Lookout Mountain, which resulted in a third-place tie at one under.
Paige Spiranac recorded her first win at Scottsdale's Orange Tree Country Club. She further finished ninth at Stallion Mountain, followed by a 17th place finish at the Aliante Golf Club. An eight-over-par score saw her finish in seventh place at Walnut Creek in Mansfield, Texas.
Competing at the CoBank Colorado Women's Open thereafter, she finished ninth at one-under-par.
Paige Spiranac recorded her second-best finish of that season at Legacy in Phoenix, Arizona, finishing in a three-way second-place tie. Ending the season with a 30th place finish, she shot an opening-round 78 at the Arizona Women's Open.
Notably, Paige Spiranac competed at her first LPGA qualifying tournament that season in 2016 but failed to make the cut. Following this, she returned to the LET, but facing defeat yet again, she hung her boots and retired from professional golf thereafter.
Paige Spiranac: Social media
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Paige Spiranac boasts a 3.2 million following on her Instagram. She uses the same for her brand partnerships and sponsorship deals. She often uses her Twitter handle to stay connected with her fans. Known for her quirky comments on the ongoings of the golf world, she has 485.5k followers on Twitter.
Paige is also a YouTuber with 260k subscribers. Keeping up with the upcoming trends, Paige also hosts a podcast called Playing A Round With Paige Renee, where she speaks about all things golf and more.
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