Paige Spiranac, a prominent golf influencer, has been exploring unfamiliar territory recently by serving as a special correspondent for “Inside Edition” during Super Bowl 2023. However, despite enjoying the experience, Spiranac doesn’t plan on switching careers anytime soon, stating that her passion lies in creating digital content.
In 2023, Paige Spiranac broadened her digital realm with OnlyPaige, providing paid members with a diverse assortment of unique materials such as golf lessons, live broadcasts, Q&As, and images that aren’t available elsewhere.
Spiranac’s digital presence is expanding, with nearly four million followers on Instagram and a successful subscription service. Her focus is now on the highly anticipated Par-Tee event and the 2023 Masters.
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The Golf influencer talks about expanding her Digital Empire and hosting her Par-Tee Event
As spring approaches, Paige Spiranac is getting ready for a hectic schedule, beginning with the Par-Tee event before the 2023 Masters. In partnership with Thuzio, she will host an entertainment-packed night, with country singers Jimmie Allen and Lewis Brice, among other performers.
Anticipating a fantastic addition to the Masters week, Spiranac is excited about the Par-Tee event that will offer exclusive VIP lounges, brand and golf activations, and much more.
In addition, Spiranac is thrilled about the new signature towel she recently modeled in a complete photo shoot. The classic fan favorite is set for a reimagined version this year, and she plans to offer another towel exclusively for her OnlyPaige subscribers.
As the Masters approaches on April 6, Spiranac is gearing up for an unforgettable spring. Despite branching out from golf, she remains focused on the sport and aims to deliver high-quality digital content, including golf instruction videos.
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