The internet’s hottest golfer, Paige Spiranac, has decided to name her five favorite moments from the Masters ahead of the upcoming tournament.
But, in typical Paige fashion, she did in her own unique sexy way. The golfer was, once again, wearing a tantalizing outfit. Her clothing of choice for this particular video was a green bikini top and a white mini skirt, which were accompanied by a cozy unbuttoned green cardigan.
“Hello friends, it’s that magical time of the year and to honor Masters week, I thought I would talk about my top five Masters moments,” began Paige in the one-minute clip. She then explained her five top moments, many of which included Tiger Woods.
In fact, “coming in strong at number one” was indeed Woods’ “2019 epic comeback”. Paige revealed that she was so astounded by the golfing legends sensational return that she was “bawling like a baby’s
Dustin Johnson, on feeling different at the Masters as a LIV member: “I still play golf for a living”
He left for LIV in June for a signing fee reported to be in the $150 million USD range.
Dustin Johnson, on feeling different at the Masters as a LIV member: “I still play golf for a living
Dustin Johnson spoke to the media on Monday and said he feels no different returning to Augusta National as a member of LIV Golf.
“I still play golf for a living,” Johnson said.
Johnson was thought to be on the fence about leaving for LIV Golf out of concern he wouldn’t be able to return to Augusta National, where he set the scoring record in 2020. He left for LIV in June for a signing fee reported to be in the $150 million USD range.
And any concerns about playing – for Johnson and everyone else – were put to rest in December when Masters Chairman Fred Ridley said the invitation list would not change regardless of where players made their living. At least not for this year.
Johnson finished seventh last week at LIV’s Orlando event, five strokes behind the victor Brooks Koepka. As LIV still doesn’t get points in the world rankings, Johnson has fallen to No. 69 after being No. 16 in the world when he left St. Andrews.