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A sneaky bounce causes Paige Spiranac’s slow-motion golf video to go viral.

Influencer Paige Spiranac, who is well-known for questioning the conventional perception of golf, garnered attention lately when she posted a candid slow-motion video of her swing online. The video caught viewers’ interest even though it didn’t show the ball landing.

The 31-year-old said, “I crushed that drive not gonna lie,” despite the fact that the footage did not show the ball’s direction.

Although she didn’t demonstrate her golf skills in the video, it raised interest in her next professional movea switch to the Passes platform for access to exclusive photo and video assets.

Comparable to OnlyFans and her former website “OnlyPaige,” Passes enables Spiranac to charge for the privilege of sharing unique content that goes beyond what she freely offers with her 4 million Instagram followers.

Spiranac brings her enormous fan base to Passes, joining LSU gymnast Olivia Dunne in doing so. This is a big step for the paid content platform. Both social media celebrities, who are intimately linked to Sports Illustrated Swimsuit, are expected to give Passes a lift.

Spiranac revealed on Instagram that her Passes account will have “never-before-seen photos and videos,” personal interactions, health stuff, and golf advice.

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