Golf beauty Paige Spiranac would reject Saudi tour and makes OnlyFans comparison

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Golf stunner Paige Spiranac has stated she would reject the LIV golf series and compared it to OnlyFans.

The breakaway circuit has been shrouded in controversy since it became public knowledge and threatens to tear the sport apart.

The first of its eight tournaments, each of which will feature a $25m (£20m) prize purse, took place at the Centurion Club earlier this month, which was won by 2011 Masters Champion Charl Schwartzel. The series has been criticised by many within the golfing world, including Spiranac, who was less than impressed with the circuit rivalling the PGA Tour.

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“I wouldn’t do it,” said Spiranac during an appearance on theThe bunkered Podcast, where she compared the LIV series to the very popular subscription website OnlyFans.

“A lot of people like, ‘Bulls**t, you would do it for a certain amount of money’ but I think about things and my career and, like, I wouldn’t sign up for OnlyFans because, morally, it just doesn’t align with what I’m doing.

“I could sign up today and probably make millions and millions of dollars but, for me, it’s not about money.

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“You have to do things for a bigger reason. You have to be passionate about it and you have to love what you do. You can’t just do things for money. I think if you’re making a modest living for yourself, it is really enticing to maybe go over there and do it for a lot of money but are you going to be happy in five years? Money doesn’t equate happiness.

“I know it’s easy to say this when I’m financially stable but I could be totally fine not making any more money. That’s never been my driving force.” Spiranac played Division 1 college golf at both the University of Arizona and San Diego State University, winning All-Mountain West Conference honours during the 2012–13 and 2013–14 seasons, and leading the Aztecs to their first Mountain West Conference Championship in 2015.

In August 2016, Spiranac competed in her first LPGA Qualifying Tournament, but did not earn a card to play on the professional circuit. Although she was unable to qualify for the highest level of women’s golf, Spiranac has not ruled out returning to competitive golf. "Sometimes, when I’m playing really well, I think I still have it but mentally I just don’t know if I’m strong enough to play professionally and especially at the level these women are playing now,” she added.

"It’s unbelievable the level of golf they’re playing and even if I worked as I possibly could and dedicated everything to it, I don’t know if I could ever be top-5, top-10 in the world. And so why do something if you can’t get to the level that you want to be. With my media work, I am No.1 with what I’m doing, especially on Instagram, so that’s where my real focus is and I want to keep growing that – but you never know.”

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