Paige Spiranac stuns in revealing black top as she makes Rory McIlroy prediction

Paige Spiranac has predicted Rory McIlroy will finally win The Masters as she makes nine bold sporting predictions for 2023.

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Fri, 6 Jan 2023
Paige Spiranac stuns in revealing black top as she makes Rory McIlroy prediction

Golf glamour girl Paige Spiranac has predicted Rory McIlroy will finally win The Masters in 2023. 

McIlroy - currently the World No.1 - has not won a major since the 2014 PGA Championship. 

But Paige - who recently revealed details of her private golf lesson with Tiger Woods - reckons McIlroy will finally get his hands on the green jacket. 

She also believes that a LIV Golf League player will pick up one of golf's four major championships. 

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Currently, McIlroy is the bookies' favourite to win the first major of 2023 in April, held every year at Augusta National. 

The Northern Irishman, 33, is currently 9/1 to pick up the win. 

Jon Rahm is second favourite, followed by LIV player Cameron Smith, reigning champion Scottie Scheffler, Justin Thomas, Collin Morikawa, Xander Schauffele, Jordan Spieth, Patrick Cantlay and Dustin Johnson

Tiger Woods is 55/1 to win his sixth green jacket despite limited starts following his car crash in February 2021. 

Paige's predictions: 

1. The Philadelphia Eagles will win the Super Bowl

2. Rafa Nadal is going to win a major and retire from tennis

3. Coco Gauff is going to win her first major title 

4. The Brooklyn Nets are going to win the NBA Championship and LeBron James is going to be traded

5. Rory McIroy is going to win The Masters 

6. A LIV golf player will also win a major 

7. The Boston Bruins are going to win the Stanley Cup 

8. The New York Yankees are going to win the World Series 

9. Purdue Boilermakers will win the National Championship 


What do you make of these predictions? 

Who do you think will win golf's four major championships in 2023?

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