“A Twitter game to match!”: Here are Paige Spiranac’s most and least favourite athletes to follow on social media

Paige Spiranac talks about her most and least favourite athletes to follow on social media.

Paige Spiranac
Paige Spiranac

Paige Spiranac is an American YouTube golf instructor with over 260,000 subscribers and 3.3 million instagram followers. Spiranac has played division 1 golf, and has won honours over the 2012–13 and 2013–14 season. She often makes predictions and talks about her favourite golfers and sportspeople on several occasions.

This time was no different, as she went on PointsBet’s Instagram to make a reel about her favourite and least favourite athletes on social media. Talking about the recent Wells Fargo golf competition that took place, she said that the winner- Max Homa– was killer on the field as well as on his twitter game. Paige then went on to name her other favourite athletes to follow on social media.

Who are Paige Spiranac’s most and least favourite athletes to follow on social media?

Paige Spiranac
Paige Spiranac

Paige Spiranac first talks about the American football quarterback Tom Brady, and said that he is funny, engaging and creative while using his social media. She then goes on to say Kevin Durant, stating that he is not afraid to get shady and get dirty in the mud. She said that he does not shy away from controversy, and Paige herself loves some controversy.

She said that her third favourite athlete was of course the golfer she talked about before, Max Homa. Paige said that Homa, in a world full of robotic golfers, was not afraid to show his personality. Talking about her least favourite people to follow however, she said that first second and third place went to the Mahomes golfer family, and she said that she did not even have to mention why.

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