Paige Spiranac Shouts Out Her Mom's Model Past In Mother's Day Post

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Golfer and social media influencer Paige Spiranac gave a shoutout to her mom's modeling past during a Mother's Day tribute post shared on her Instagram story Sunday (May 12).

Spiranac, 31, who has graced the pages of Sports Illustrated, Maxim, Golf Digest and numerous other magazines, shared a throwback photo of her mother, Annette, modeling with the caption, "From being in front of the camera..." followed by another of herself posing while her mother held a camera with the captions, "to being behind the camera shooting my pictures" and "I love you!"

“Happy Mother’s Day to my best friend!” Spiranac wrote along with a photo of herself and her mother.

Spiranac gained a massive following in recent years amid her self-promotion for "sexualizing" women's golf and has playfully made jokes at her own expense. The 31-year-old played collegiately at both the University of Arizona and San Diego State University and eventually went pro in May 2016, completing her first LPGA Qualifying Tournament, but didn't earn a card to play on the circuit, in August 2016.

Spiranac has more than 4 million followers on Instagram, 1.5 million followers on TikTok and 1 million followers on X.

Last month, Spiranac revealed that she started tracking her scores again and plans to document her "journey" after reigniting "that passion again."

"I played junior golf, college golf and a year professionally. After that stretch I mentally couldn’t handle playing golf and especially keeping score. I equated my score to my self worth. I know it sounds silly but competitive golf really beat me up emotionally. But I’ve found that passion again! I’ve started tracking my scores and grinding on my game. I’ll keep you posted here on my journey! This round at Austin CC I shot a 73. Such a fun track," Spiranac wrote in a post shared on her X account that included a photo of herself setting up for a tee shot.

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