Paige Spiranac sends fans wild in just flowery bra as she reveals ‘sneak peak’ of steamy Augusta Masters towel

Paige Spiranac sends fans wild in just flowery bra as she reveals ‘sneak peak’ of steamy Augusta Masters towel

PAIGE SPIRANAC sent fans into a frenzy – by revealing a "sneak peak" of her steamy Augusta Masters towel.

The golf beauty has raked it in by selling a number of towels featuring sexy photos of herself.


Her latest is sure to be a hit with her legion of followers.

Paige, 29, posted a picture of herself in just a flowery bra captioned: "Augusta towel dropping soon👀👀"

She explained the flowers were azaleas in a nod to the course and followed up her picture with a video of the photoshoot, asking: "Are you excited?"

One fan wrote: "I just can't compete with this marketing."

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Another joked: "STOP STEALING MY IDEAS."

Jimmy Heater said: "Can never have too many towels."

While Jonathan Anthony Gill joked: "And just like that, as meticulously planned, Paige melted the www and the Internet broke!! 🤣

"The power of Spiranac is all conquering!!!"

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Paige's other towels – which include designs of her in a green Masters jacket, as well as Ryder Cup and Christmas themed – sell for $24.95 (£19).

The former pro golfer-turned-Instagram sensation is getting into full swing ahead of the Masters.

Paige has already reignited her feud with Bryson DeChambeau, sparred on social media with a putting method Twitter account and issued a jail threat to anybody spreading April Fools jokes about Tiger Woods' return.




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