PAIGE SPIRANAC is backing Jordan Speith to succeed at April’s Masters after his performance at Pebble Beach last week.
The American finished tied third at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and Spiranac reckons that will put him in good stead for Augusta.
Former Masters champ Spieth, 27, shot two under on the final day to finish 15 under par overall – just three strokes behind winner Daniel Berger.
And former pro Spiranac thinks it is perfect prep for the Masters which runs from April 5 to 11.
After play finished at Pebble Beach on Sunday, she tweeted: “The bad news is Jordan Spieth didn’t win.
“The good news is he’s going to peak in perfect time for the Masters.”
The post received more than 5,000 likes and 242 comments.
Online personality Spiranac recently defended controversial star Patrick Reed after he was accused of cheating at the Farmers Insurance Open.
The model said she likes his ‘s*** talking’ and that his bullish approach is ‘good for golf’.
American Reed was involved in an incident at Torrey Pines in San Diego but has since been cleared of any wrongdoing.
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Spiranac also recently offered three lucky fans the chance to play a round of golf with her.
She shared details of the new competition with a glamorous Instagram video for her 2.9million followers.
The 27-year-old was seen strolling up to a teed up golf ball in a red one-piece.
She looked down the fairway with a driver in hand before setting up for a big drive.
And after a quick adjustment blasted the ball into the distance.
She quickly stooped to pick up her tee before grinning to the camera and popping a pose and walking out of shot.