PAIGE SPIRANAC blasted Brooks Koepka for joining the controversial LIV Tour – and even got in a dig about his long-running feud with Bryson DeChambeau.
The golf beauty, 29, is a former pro player and was named as Maxim’s “Sexiest Woman Alive” earlier this month.
She now delivers golf tips through her online channels, as well as sharing her insights on hit podcast ‘Playing-A-Round’.
Spiranac has weighed in on her disappointment at several players leaving the PGA Tour to join the Saudi-backed LIV project.
Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson were both slammed by Paige, mocked Lefty with a hilarious ‘big boobies’ jibe that sent Twitter wild.
Now she’s criticized Koepka’s decision to break ranks after the four-time Major champion announced his shock switch on June 22.
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Spiranac told her 584k Twitter followers: “Brooks Koepka going to LIV is not surprising.
“He’s said he only cares about majors and finding new ways to make Bryson [DeChambeau]’s life miserable.”
Koepka and DeChambeau have a long-running feud, which reportedly started in 2018 when Koepka criticized how slow DeChambeau was playing.
Since then, they’ve traded barbs in both the media and on the course.
Last year, the pair met in Las Vegas for a special edition of ‘The Match’, where Koepka won a 12-hole grudge-match 4&3.
They will now meet again in the new-look Tour, with Bryson announcing his participation on June 14.
‘LIV IS MAKING A BIG PUSH’
Koepka’s decision drawn the ire of Rory McIlroy, who has long spoken out against the LIV experiment.
The Northern Irish star said: “Am I surprised [Koepka joined LIV]? Yes, because of what he said previously.
“I think that’s why I’m surprised at a lot of these guys because they say one thing and then they do another and I don’t understand.
“I don’t know if that’s for legal reasons or if they can’t – I have no idea – but it’s pretty duplicitous on their part to say one thing and then do another thing. In public and in private.”
Koepka’s younger brother Chase was amongst the 48-man field in LIV’s inaugural event in London.
Brooks said after the US Open: “Obviously, LIV is trying to make a big push for golf.
“Look, I mean, I love my brother. I support him in anything he does. It’s family. I’ll always love and support him.
“Whatever he does, I’m cheering for him.”
Paige recently celebrated correctly picking Matt Fitzpatrick to win the US Open at Brookline with a cheeky Instagram post.
And she was stunned to learn Maxim had named her the “Sexiest Woman Alive” last week.