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Watch Paige Spiranac Show Off Golf Swing in Slo-Mo in New Video

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For all you golf nuts out there, pay attention to Paige Spiranac’s swing. It is about as perfect of a golf swing as you can get. On Wednesday, January 20, the golf player and social media influencer took to Instagram to show off her swing.

Paige Spiranac dresses in all black, with her long blonde hair blowing over her shoulder as she draws the club back. The video she posts is in slow motion, so it’s easy to break down the swing. It also makes it easy enough to try and replicate the iron shot.

Paige Spiranac Is a Golfing Wizard

In the caption of the video, she says “Lil slow motion for you. Tell me everything I’m doing wrong with my swing.” So, while the swing looks great, there are always things to work on. However, with her swing in this shot, it’s tough to nitpick things for her to correct.

Following through on the shot is crucial, and Paige Spiranac’s follow-through is almost as good as it gets. Her feet are in the perfect position to place the ball exactly where she wants downrange. Additionally, her body comes through the swing fluidly and clearly shows that she is hitting the ball exactly as she wants.

Once she finishes the swing, she looks at the camera, drops her club, smiles, and fixes her hair. Looking closer at her swing, it is easy to dissect but much more of a challenge to offer corrections. But, as always, there are things that any golfer can improve upon as perfection in this sport is impossible.

Paige Renee Spiranac, her middle name being the reason for her Instagram handle, is 27 years old. Again, she is a social media personality but was also briefly a professional golfer.

She played her college golf at the University of Arizona and San Diego State University. While in college, she wound up winning All-Mountain West Conference honors during the 2012/13 and 2013/14 seasons. Moreover, in 2015, she led the Aztecs to their first Mountain West Conference Championship.