Paige Spiranac’s pink jumpsuit steals the light from Scottie Scheffler’s The Masters win

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The ex-golfer-turned-influencer wore a tight jumpsuit as she practiced at a virtual golf course

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Scottie Scheffler won The Masters by four shots in a dominant display but it was actually Paige Spiranac who got everyone talking as she ran into some trouble whilst wearing a tight, pink jumpsuit at the Augusta National Golf Club.

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Spiranac, who almost became a professional golfer herself in the mid-2010s, switched to a career as a model and an influencer upon failing to qualify for the Ladies Professional Golf Association, whilst she also works as a coach for aspiring talents.

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So, she was present at the inaugural major of 2024 which saw Scheffler claim the green jersey by beating Ludvig Aberg with a score of -11, and naturally she managed to find a way to get people talking about her at one of sports’ biggest events.

That’s because strict rules concerning mobile phones and cameras on the course restricted her online content throughout the event as she attended every single day, although she did take to Instagram to apologize to her four million followers.

“Been having the best time ever at the Masters!,” Spiranac said on the Meta-owned platform. “Sorry I haven’t been as active.

“It’s hard when you can’t bring your phone in but can’t wait to update you guys later! Who do you think is winning tomorrow?”

Spiranac was, however, captured on film at a virtual golf course in the jumpsuit that didn’t leave much to the imagination and some white sneakers as she practiced her driving skills via simulation.

GolfAmerica said: “Imagine having Paige Spiranac in the bay next to you doing this,” and fans poured in to cast their thoughts on the bombshell blonde in a moment of good exposure for the company.

One fan said, “I would just be happy to watch her.”

A second replied, “Hahaha that outfit.”

A third added, “Breathtakingly beautiful precious angel.”

Scheffler’s true victory wasn’t the Masters

Scheffler, who won his second Masters on Sunday, April 14, had to quickly rush off from the scene of his triumph as his wife delivered their child and admitted golf will decline in focus, despite him being just 27.

“I’m not going to intentionally take my eye off the ball,” said Scheffler to media. “I still love competing. I love winning. I hate losing.

“All I can think about is getting home. It is a special time for us. I will go home, soak in this victory and enjoy the birth of my first child. I am looking forward to celebrating with Meredith – it’s been a long week without her.

“My priorities will change very soon. My son or daughter will be the main priority, along with my wife, so golf will now be probably fourth in line.”

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