PAIGE SPIRANAC is asking for a slice of the pie after the PGA Tour announced a lucrative bonus scheme for players who drive fan engagement.
The former pro golfer is now a hugely popular media personality in the world of golf with a podcast and revealing online tutorials.
The PGA Tour will dish out £28.7million to compensate players, known as the Player Impact Programme, for those having a positive impact off the course.
That also includes ‘their popularity in Google Search.’
And model Spiranac, 28, joked she would be worth a fortune if she was part of the programme.
Writing on Twitter, she said: “Can I get in on this? Would be nice to get some money anytime someone googles ‘are Paige Spiranac’s boobs real?’
Spiranac has 3million followers on Instagram, more than Tiger Woods, and is not shy in leaving little to the imagination with her sultry selfies.
But she wants to be taken seriously after working her way up to generating ‘the highest engagement rate in golf.’
Spiranac added: “I know I joke around a lot but I have the highest engagement rate in golf and the most followers on Instagram.
“It’s a little frustrating when they are already making millions and now will have this but some brands and organizations still won’t pay the content creators.”
Spiranac was a star of the amateur golf circuit from a young age.
After a couple of Ladies European Tour events, which coincided with the rise of her online fame, she won a Cactus Tour match in Arizona.
Having failed to qualify for the LPGA Tour, she quit professional playing and focused on building her online persona as a tutorial producer, podcaster and social media personality.