Paige Spiranac, a golf influencer, has a strong opinion about nudity on her subscription website.
Paige Spiranac, a golf influencer, has a strong opinion about nudity on her subscription website.

Paige Spiranac, a golf influencer, launched her subscription-only website in January. Fans were hoping to get a closer look at one of the most-followed athletes in the sport, but they were disappointed.

Spiranac said on the latest episode of her “Playing A Round” podcast last week that the OnlyPaige fan site will not have any nudity on purpose.

“I think some people get confused because it’s called OnlyPaige. It was a funny name to make fun of OnlyFans because I get asked to do OnlyFans all the time, so I wanted it to be very tongue-in-cheek. “There is no nakedness on purpose,” she said.

Spiranac said she has no problem with people being naked, but she has decided not to show some parts of her body. But she made it clear that it was her own choice and that she wasn’t making fun of people who do the same thing on their own websites.

“I have no problem at all with implied nakedness. She said, “I just don’t want to show those parts of my body, and I never will.” “I also don’t think it will help me reach my business goals or further my career in the next five, ten, fifteen, or twenty years.”

Spiranac has 3.7 million Instagram followers and 1.4 million TikTok followers.

On January 27, 2018, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Paige Spiranac watches from the 1st tee during day three of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic at Emirates Golf Club.© Images AGN
On January 27, 2018, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Paige Spiranac watches from the 1st tee during day three of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic at Emirates Golf Club.© Images AGN

She also talked about why, after her time at Arizona and San Diego State, she decided not to go into the professional world. She was named to the First Team All-Mountain West Conference with the Aztecs. She would play in the Cactus Tour, but she wouldn’t be able to get a card for the LPGA Tour.

She said, “So many growing pains.” “I was tired of, I wouldn’t say golf, but I was tired of putting my life into something and not really seeing the results. With gymnastics, it was hard because I had to deal with injuries, and with golf, it was hard because I didn’t reach my goals, even though I worked out, ate well, and practised.

Social media personality Paige Spiranac during The Match: Tiger vs Phil golf match at Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas, Nov. 23, 2018.© Images AGN
Social media personality Paige Spiranac during The Match: Tiger vs Phil golf match at Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas, Nov. 23, 2018.© Images AGN

That was something I just couldn’t understand. It was also against everything my parents had ever told me, and they were both athletes. They always said, “If you work hard and put your whole life into something, you will succeed.” But I couldn’t do that in golf, and I was driving myself crazy because I thought I should be doing much better. … I had everything I needed to be a great golfer, but I just couldn’t do it. I didn’t know why. It was really driving me crazy.”

She decided to stop focusing on golf in the end.

“I just reached a point where I no longer cared. I wanted to hang out with more people. I wanted to enjoy myself. I was tired of putting my whole life into something and not seeing any change. So, when I played at SDSU, I just stopped wanting to.

As a golf influencer, she works with several brands and goes to events. Spiranac said she is happy with her job, but if she could choose, she would rather play competitively than try to influence people.

On February 11, 2023, in Scottsdale, Arizona, Paige Spiranac goes to the TAO x Maxim Big Game Party at the Southwest Jet Center.© Images AGN
On February 11, 2023, in Scottsdale, Arizona, Paige Spiranac goes to the TAO x Maxim Big Game Party at the Southwest Jet Center.© Images AGN

Spiranac said, “If I had to choose between what I’m doing now and playing on the LPGA Tour, I would probably choose to play on the LPGA Tour because that’s something I’ve always wanted to do. It was a dream of mine, and I wish I could’ve done it before I became a full-time journalist.” “But life doesn’t work that way.”

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