Paige Renee Spiranac was born on March 26, 1993, in the United States.  He is an American social media personality, golf coach, and former professional golfer.  His current age is 29 years.  He is 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm) tall. His father, Dan, was a member of the University of Pittsburgh Panthers football team, which won the 1976 National College Championship.  Her mother, Annette, was a professional ballerina. Her older sister, Lexie, competed on Stanford’s track team and received a college athletic scholarship.  At the age of 12, a twice-broken knee derailed his gymnastics dream and pushed him toward golf.

Junior, Amateur, College and Golf Career

Junior Golf) – Early in his golf career, Spiranac won five tournaments on the Colorado Junior Golf Circuit with seven trials, including the 2010 CWGA Junior Stroke Play, becoming a top-20 college recruit in the world.  He received a golf scholarship from the University of Arizona. (College Golf) – In the Spiranak New Year, 2011-2012, he competed in three events for the University of Arizona Wildcats in their golf season.

Athletic Background

The Spiranac Developmental Cactus Tour debuted in May 2016 at the Las Colinas Club in Queen Creek, Arizona.  May is in ninth place and has earned $ 1,750.In August 2016, Spiranac competed in its first LPGA qualifying tournament but did not earn a card to play in the professional circuit.


Spiranac has been featured in magazines such as Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition and Golf Digest.  He began writing a monthly column in Golf Magazine, in the December 2018 issue.  In 2017, Spiranac signed up with Persons Extreme Golf (PXG) to represent its golf clubs in social media and television advertising.  He was the first athlete to be ranked No. 1 on the Hot 100 list.

In social media

The LPGA Tour introduced a strict dress code in July 2017, restricting necklines, leggings, and short skirts.  This sparked immediate criticism, with Fox Sports heading “LPGA condemns its own players for‘ slot-shaming ’after the publication of new clothing code restrictions”.  Spiranak spoke out against it in the op-ed section of Fortune magazine, “The Progression of Women’s Golf is Plunging Further Than Our Neckline”, which was published just days after the LPGA announcement.
In February 2020, Spiranak began a podcast, with Playing-A-Round Page Renee.