Glam golfer Paige Spiranac is expanding her empire after announcing the arrival of her own personal content site on Wednesday.
The Instagram beauty has seen demand for her content increase considerably in recent years, and the supply will soon be there to match following the unveiling of OnlyPaige.com. And although the new service isn't the OnlyFans sign-up many fans have been hoping for, it promises to bring subscribers closer to Spiranac than ever before.
Perhaps the biggest allure for most new sign-ups will be the promise of "never-before-seen photos you won't find anywhere else." Not to mention those all-important bra tutorials her legions of supporters have been seeking for some time now.
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Spiranac will also be supplying live streams "you won't find on Instagram," as well as Q&A sessions where the public can find the answers to their deepest, darkest questions. Finally, fans have a platform to learn Spiranac's secret crush and just where she buys that shade of champagne blonde.
There will be a more functional facet to the new service, however, as former LPGA hopeful Spiranac sells golf tips for players of all capabilities. Whether it's the basics you're working on or just trying to perfect your short game, the ex-Division I university prospect is on hand to help you master your stroke.
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It's but the latest brilliant brainwave the 29-year-old has had after recently cashing in on a nickname inspired by a Twitter spat with golf author Nick Adams. Spiranac dubbed herself 'Alpha Jugs' during an argument defending female golfers and has since started selling Alpha Jugs-themed merchandise on her other personal website.
The wise-cracking college star drew widespread praise for her quick wit in taking Adams down—not to mention her own reference towards her 'fantastic milkers'. She knows how to capitalise on her brand, too, after referencing a German study that suggested looking at a woman's breasts for 10 minutes per day was more beneficial for one's health than going to the gym.
"They're real and they're spectacular," said Spiranac in December following the latest inquiry as to whether her boobs were fake.
"I love when guys try to tell me that these things that have been attached to my body since the day that I was born, that they're fake – when they are very in fact real."
Needless to say 2023 is looking up for social media smokeshow Spiranac, whose profile is only set to rise further following the release of her members-only site. If all else fails, there's always her 'Hooters back-up plan', which could be just about the smartest business move the American restaurant chain could hope to make.
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