Paige Spiranac: "At least delete your DM after asking me out first"

Paige Spiranac has a "word of advice to the men out there"...

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Tue, 17 Jan 2023
Paige Spiranac: "At least delete your DM after asking me out first"

Paige Spiranac has hit back at the "mean and nasty comments" she receives from a number of men on social media by tweeting they should "at least delete their DM asking me out first". 

Spiranac has just shy of 4 million followers on Instagram (which is even more than the great Tiger Woods) and more than 750,000 followers on Twitter. 

Related: Paige reveals an older lady BERATED her over her length of skirt at a country club

But she has made it clear that she constantly receives abuse from a number of people on her social media channels. 

Many of which are from men who have previously already slid into her direct messages (DMs) asking her out on a date. 

Paige wanted to get that off her chest earlier today. 

"Word of advice to the men out there," tweeted Paige.

"If you’re going to write a mean, nasty comment about me at least delete your DM asking me out first.

"You’re giving me mixed messages lol."

Some of the replies Paige has received are, interesting, to say the least! 

Even Golf YouTuber Mark Crossfield got involved in the comment thread.

Paige recently affirmed that looking at her boobs is "good for your health" in 2023. 

Paige's tweet about receiving nasty messages from men comes just 24 hours after she filmed her next viral video in her bedroom

Spiranac, who like GolfMagic has already tipped Rory McIlroy to complete the career grand slam at The Masters this April, revealed the five biggest things she is most looking forward to seeing in golf in 2023. 

Paige reckons things could certainly get spicy at Augusta National between the LIV Golf League players and PGA Tour members. 

Spiranac admits she is buzzing for the new PGA Tour docu-series titled 'Full Swing', which airs on Netflix from February 15.

She is also hoping Tiger Woods can get himself back to fitness in order to compete in the majors in 2023, as she believes that will peak the interest of just about every sports fan when it comes to our sport this season.