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Paige Spiranac Launches Website, Joins Twitter

Paige Spiranac might well be the next "it girl" in golf, what with her stunning looks, her mastery of social media and her trick-shot and other videos.

We wrote about her a while back at a time when, frankly, we didn't know all that much about her. But it's much easier to learn about her these days since she launched her website - PaigeSpiranac.com - and also joined Twitter (@PaigeSpiranac).

One of the new things we learned about Paige is that she recently won the Colorado Women's Golf Association Match Play Championship. Perhaps that is an event that gave her the confidence boost to decide that a career as a tour golfer is something she's doing to strongly pursue. One of her first tweets was this one:

Best of luck to Paige. We look forward to following her career and hope to see her climbing up the various levels of professional golf. But we're absolutely positive that, should it not work out, there are many, many websites and probably a few networks that will be interested in working with her, too.

(Photos and video via Instagram/_paige.renee)

I like it a little left to right

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