Spiranac is a well-known figure in golf, with more social media followers than Tiger Woods. Spiranac, who retired early, was determined to devote her time to social media, with the majority of her posts centred on golf. Today, she has a devoted fan base that appears to be increasing at a constant rate.
Paige Spiranac’s income has primarily come from endorsements and social media influence. She spends a lot of time on YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok. She has received numerous endorsements and is currently a pointsbetusa ambassador.
Paige Spiranac Bio & Wiki
|Real Name||Paige Renee Spiranac|
|Age||30 years old|
|Date Of Birth||March 26, 1993|
|Birth Place||Wheat Ridge, Colorado, USA|
|Height||5 feet and 6 inches|
|Current Residence||Colorado, United States|
|School||Mesa Distance Learning Program|
|Colleges/ Universities||San Diego State University|
|Highest Qualification||Degree In Public Research|
|Profession||Social Media Influencer, Pro Golfer.|
|Estimated Net Worth in 2023 (Approx)||$7 Million|
Paige Spiranac Early Life
Paige was born in Wheat Ridge, Colorado on March 26, 1993. Dan, her father, was a football player who was a member of the 1976 Pittsburgh Panthers national championship team, and Annette, her mother, was a professional ballerina.
Paige aspired to be a gymnast and compete in the Olympics one day. Her gymnastics hopes were dashed twice owing to a damaged kneecap. She subsequently moved her attention to golf. In terms of schooling, she earned a bachelor’s degree in 2015 from San Diego University.
Paige Spiranac Career
She won five junior golf competitions during her junior career, including the 2010 CWGA Junior Stroke Play.
At the time, she was a top-20 junior player in the world and a top-5 college prospect. She gained a golf scholarship from the University of Arizona.
During her freshman year, Paige competed in the Windy City Intercollegiate, Pac-12/SEC Challenge, and Wildcat Invitational. For her sophomore year, she transferred to San Diego State.She ended her senior year by leading the Aztecs to their first Mountain West Conference title.
Paige’s celebrity skyrocketed in 2015 when a Total Frat Move storey urged people to look her up online. In just two days, her Instagram followers increased from 10,000 to 100,000. With that many followers, she was able to secure numerous sponsors and endorsement arrangements.
She competed in the CoBank Colorado Women’s Open as a pro golfer in 2016. She received $1,750 in prize money. She also competed on the Cactus Tour at Las Colinas Club, finishing 14th overall. Her first professional victory occurred at Scottsdale’s Orange Tree Country Club.
Sprinac was invited to perform in Dubai in 2016. She hasn’t played professional golf since, and her attention has switched to growing her business. She also has a podcast called Playing-A-Round with Paige Renee. Teeing Off, the first episode, was released on February 7, 2020.
Paige Spiranac Personal Life
Paige Spiranac is married to Steven Tinoco, who works as a personal trainer and plays minor league baseball. The couple reportedly got engaged in 2016 and married a few years later in Dubai. Their engagement was also publicised on social media.
Tinoco was already in a relationship when they allegedly met while playing junior golf.
Their relationship evidently worked because they decided to date, with Spiranac moving in later. She talked about how they live together, how they live peacefully, and how Tinoco absolutely supports her and her profession.
Paige Spiranac Net Worth
As of 2023, Paige Renee Spiranac’s personal fortune is predicted to be $7 million. Her earnings as a professional golfer are doubtful in comparison to what she gets from Instagram and her other social media names, given she was not approved to the LPGA. Regardless, despite the minimal number of professional games she has played, she has been connected and promoted by a slew of corporations, enhancing her wealth and net worth.
Paige Spiranac is a 30-year-old professional golfer.
She attended the University of Arizona and San Diego State University, where she earned Mountain West Conference All-Mountain West Conference honours in 2012–13 and 2013–14. She also led the Aztecs to their first Mountain West Conference championship in 2015.
Steven Tinoco previously played minor league baseball. Paige isn’t afraid to show off her perfect figure to her social media fans, but she prefers to keep her relationship secret. Spiranac, a social media star, has said that she keeps certain aspects of her personal life private because she does not want others to become involved.