Paige Spiranac is full of praise for one of Australia’s most prestigious golf courses as she enjoys her Aussie holiday after stunning at Flemington racecourse
- Paige Spiranac was a fan of Royal Melbourne
- US golf star visited prestigious course on Monday
- Spiranac, 29, stunned in her blue sundress
Golf identity and social media sensation Paige Spiranac has yet again turned heads after visiting one of Australia’s most prestigious golf courses.
Spiranac tweeted ‘Royal Melbourne is a special place’ after visiting the globally renowned greens on Monday – and her 824,000 plus followers didn’t disagree.
Aussie golf legend Steve Elkington spoke for many when he replied: ‘not sure which is more photogenic.. you or RM.’
The US based star stunned in a blue sundress – and it followed her appearance at the iconic Flemington Racecourse last weekend, also in Melbourne.
She flaunted her incredible figure in a form-fitting strapless gown, before slipping into a pair of sky-high white strappy heels.
Social media sensation Paige Spiranac has yet again turned heads after visiting one of Australia’s most prestigious golf courses
Spiranac, 29, is a social media sensation, with 824,000 plus followers on Twitter alone
The 29-year-old completed the look with a white tulle fascinator.
Spiranac then curled her golden locks and piled them all over one shoulder for a sophisticated look.
An official ambassador for PointsBet, the former pro golfer has been a busy lady as she enjoys her time in Australia.
She was a guest at Brookvale Oval on Sydney’s northern beaches last week as the Sea Eagles trained, showing she was no slouch on the tackling bags as she donned a Manly NRL jersey.
It followed Spiranac teaming up with hulking prop Toafofoa Sipley to take on winger Reuben Garrick and vice-captain Jake Trbojevic in a nine-hole game at the picturesque Bayview Golf Club in nearby Mona Vale.
Despite sinking a roughly eight-foot putt described as ‘clutch’ by Garrick, and striking some sweetly-timed drives, Spiranac and Sipley were beaten by one stroke in a thrilling affair.