Paige Spiranac's 2024 calendar cocktail mixing golf and glamour

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This calendar is a real Paige turner.

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Golf glamour puss Paige Spiranac is offering a sneak peek of her highly anticipated 2024 calendar that features the 30-year-old links influencer in tiny bikinis and figure-hugging clothes fit for the country club.

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She teased one of the bikini shots on social media on Tuesday.

The calendar — retailing for US$32 on her website — features photos of the Colorado-born beauty that were snapped in balmy Palm Coast, Fla. With nearly four million Instagram followers, Spiranac is the golf world’s top influencer.

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“Each month is filled with a brand new photo of Paige,” the website description gushes.

Spiranac wrote on social media: “My 2024 calendar drops tomorrow and I’m so excited! I hope you’re excited too.”

In the run-up to the release of her 2023 calendar last year, Spiranac told the New York Post, “I’ve always wanted to do a calendar for the longest time because I come from a calendar family.”

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She told the tabloid that calendars were always part of the Christmas holidays at her home growing up, with her mom picking out a special one for each family member. Her own childhood favourite was “dogs doing yoga.”

“It’s always something I looked forward to,” she said.

Spiranac has become the golf world’s one-woman commercial juggernaut with calendars, podcasts, special Masters towels and her monster social media footprint.

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In addition, she launched an OnlyFans-like website called Only Paige (sans nudity) for subscribers. The site is a jolly blend of golf tips and cheesecake.

Most recently, Spiranac added children’s book author to her bustling portfolio with Hattie Goes Golfing, co-authored with her sister, Lexie.

On her website, she describes the book as “a story about finding the courage to try something new, especially when you don’t feel like you fit in. I hope that this book encourages your little one to be brave, but also to get into golf! A sport that I love and owe my whole life to.”

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