Paige Spiranac, Professional Golfer and Social Media Influencer, tearfully opens up about cyberbullying, reclaiming her sexuality with SI Swimsuit’s 2018 issue, and overcoming obstacles in this emotional interview.
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If you’re a golf fan, you’re probably familiar with Paige. The Arizona native played collegiately at San Diego State, where her and her teammates’ trick shot videos became a viral sensation. After school, she participated briefly on the LPGA Tour before turning her focus to social media. Did we mention she currently has 1.2 million followers tracking her every move on Instagram?
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