PAIGE SPIRANAC has responded to fan’s plea for her to date newly-divorced NFL star Tom Brady, saying she likes to try and “make someone’s day better”.
Brady, 45, and Gisele Bundchen finalised their divorce after 13 years of marriage last month.
Brady is divorced from Gisele after 13 years of marriage
Fans are calling for golf beauty Spiranac to date the NFL star
Spiranac has responded to fans on Twitter
The looming split came after Gisele was reportedly unhappy when the seven-time Super Bowl champion decided to un-retire and return to the gridiron.
And fans are calling for Brady and ex-golf star Spiranac to get together and become a sporting power couple.
The 29-year-old, who was married to Steven Tinoco up until March 2022, has responded to her fans, saying she likes to try and “make someone’s day better”.
A tweet from one of Spiranac’s followers read: “If I were Tom Brady, I’d call @PaigeSpiranac. 29 years old, incredibly hot, recently divorced and a former professional athlete who would understand and support what he does for a living.
“And Brady loves to play golf. Now this would be a power couple.”
Others complimented Spiranac as a “super nice person”, which the American responded saying: “You guys are so sweet, thank you!
“It takes no effort to be nice so I always try to do my part to make someone’s day better.”
Spiranac is undoubtedly eye-catching, and often stuns fans on her social media platforms with racy pics.
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And according to GolfMagic, she has overtaken golf legends including Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, and Rory McIlroy to take the top spot as most followed golfer.
Such interactions with fans rank highly among the best things about her fame, Spiranac has said.
Spiranac told Betsperts: “The best part of my job is being able to connect with so many people around the world.
“I’ve had some amazing interactions with my followers who share stories about how I helped them with their mental health or parents talking about how I got their daughters into golf.
“I played this event in Tahoe which was male-dominated. I was 1 of only 4 women playing.
“There were these two little girls out on the course who I ended up taking a picture with.
“The next day their grandfather was my walking scorer and said the little girls are dying to play golf now because of that moment. It meant a lot.”
The golfer has 3.7million followers on Instagram
Spiranac was married until earlier this year
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a way to make money golfing?
Absolutely! You have many options to make extra money as a professional golfer. You could host tournaments, teach lessons or sell merchandise.
How can I improve my golf game overnight?
It is possible to improve your golf game in a matter of hours by practicing for 20 minutes each day, three times per week. You must practice consistently if you want to perform well in any tournament. Practice makes perfect!
Can I improve my golf game without practicing?
Practice is key to improving your game. If you don’t have the resources or time to drill regularly, you can still improve. Keep in mind that you should always strive to practice what you have set out to do. To put it another way, if your goal is to play faster you should work towards playing faster. The same goes for if your goal is to hit the target further.
Golfing is bad for you?
Golf is good for you. It’s actually very healthy. Studies show that golfers live longer lives than non-golfer. Golfers also have a tendency to be happier because they are less stressed.
Do I really require a golf membership to play?
You don’t need to join the golf club. However, having a membership does provide you with access to all the facilities at the course, such as driving ranges, putting greens, and locker rooms.
How can I improve my score on golf?
These tips can help you improve your golf game quickly.
- Practice more, play less. You can improve your skills by practicing more. To play too often is a sign that you are developing bad habits.
- Feel good. Sometimes you don’t feel like golf. You shouldn’t be forced to do things that you don’t like. Instead, find ways you can make golf fun again.
- Take breaks. Golfers like to take breaks during rounds to stretch, walk around, have lunch or just relax. Breaks allow your body to relax, and help you stay focused during the round.
- Water! It’s easy to lose track of how many drinks you’ve had while out on the course. Make sure you drink enough water so that you aren’t dehydrated. Drinking plenty of water before, during, and after your game will help keep you feeling refreshed and ready to hit those greens.
- Eat right. Healthy foods like fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, whole grains, low-fat dairy products, and legumes will provide energy that will help you perform well on the course.
- Hydration is key. Water is the best thing to keep hydrated. Aim to drink at least eight glasses per day. This includes water from beverages (such as coffee), as well as plain water.
- Get warm. Before hitting the first shot in a round, warm up by walking or jogging for five minutes. Then, focus on getting loose and limber.
- Keep your head down. Keep your head down when you tee off. Don’t look at the ball and pay attention to where it hits. Instead, you should focus on the hole.
- Good form is essential for a good swing. Proper form may mean different things to different people. You should avoid hitting your target with your swing. Instead, aim to strike the ball at the center of your target.
- You should be focused on the process. There are many things that go into a successful swing of golf, but focusing on the process will allow you to develop the best technique. Try relaxing your grip if you struggle to hold your hands still. If you have trouble maintaining balance, focus on your posture.
- According to Shot Scope’s database of more than 30 million shots, 80% of missed greens are missed short. (todaysgolfer.co.uk)
- By adding 10 more yards to all their golf shots amateurs will increase the percentage of greens they hit by 8 – 10%. (golfinsideruk.com)
- Stats reveal 96% of golfers play right-handed. (todaysgolfer.co.uk)
- This means as much as 50% of your practice time. (practical-golf.com)
- Trackman found that over 65% of amateur’s golf shots finish short of the target from 160 yards. (golfinsideruk.com)
Five Easy Steps to Lower Golf Scores
- Start by getting the right equipment. You will need to purchase quality clubs and balls. Learn how to golf from a professional. Ask around at the local driving range for people who play golf if you don’t know any. They might even give you a free lesson just because they like seeing new faces!
- Practice makes perfect. This goes without saying, but if you really want to improve your game, you’ll need to practice. Practice is important, no matter if you play alone or with your friends. And when you do start practicing, make sure you keep track of your progress. Write down everything you do so that you can see where you’re improving and where you still need work.
- Play more often. When you first get started, it’s probably going to feel like you’re spending too much money on golfing gear, so you won’t go out nearly enough. Once you get into the swing of things, you will find that you actually enjoy playing. You can increase your play frequency. Play three times per week or every other day. This would mean that you play one round 18 holes on weekends and two rounds 9-holes during the week.
- Eat well. Many people believe that eating breakfast is a way to do their bodies a favor. This is not healthy. Try to eat something before leaving the house. You should ideally eat small snacks that contain protein, carbohydrates, fat, and fiber. You can also have a light meal made up of lean proteins, vegetables, and other healthy foods when you get there.
- Get plenty of water. Drinking lots of fluids prevents dehydration, which can lead headaches or muscle aches. Water is vital for optimal performance.