Paige Spiranac published her first calendar. The former American golfer, she has an army of 3.6 million followers on Instagram, where she has an official profile on which she posts photos of her in truly stunning outfits. Paige, on the Playing A Round podcast, confessed to playing golf without her underwear.
She said: "Normally I don't wear underwear, but that's because I wear shorts and it would be too many layers if I was wearing everything. I usually wear shorts under my skirts or just wear shorts, but no underwear!" Recently, Paige revealed that she has been a victim of harassment: "I've been dealing with security issues for a while and in the last couple of months the situation has gotten worse and worse.
I'm starting to feel like I'm living in a bubble, and it's something I've never experienced before. I don't know who is out there, who follows me, who harasses me. It shouldn't be that way!" Paige's family, of Croatian descent, is full of sportsmen.
Dad played football, in 1976 he won the university championship, mom was a professional dancer. Her sister chose track and field. The golfer said she no longer felt safe after a few episodes that happened to her. On the occasion of the American Century Championship a fan approached her with the excuse of taking a photo: "Apparently this man was scammed by a fake profile created by someone with my name.
It was a very scary situation and luckily I had my team there who helped me figure out what was going on. I've been dealing with these security issues for a while and in the last few months things have gotten worse. These men are being scammed by fake profiles, fake numbers to name mine and then they contact me and they are very hostile, very angry because they have been scammed for a lot of money.
The scariest part is the fact that all these profiles are anonymous and it is difficult to find out who these people really are. I got to the point where which I will go to events and not publish my position. I do not publish where I am because I am afraid that someone will turn up as happened at the ACC."