Paige Spiranac Reveals Top 10 Golf Courses On Her Bucket List And No. 1 Is No Surprise

Paige Spiranac rose to popularity when she became a social media influencer. From zero to 10 million, her follower count grew across all digital platforms in no time. She established her name in the digital media world due to her content creation skills.

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She quit professional golf once she became a full-time internet influencer. However, that didn’t stop her from playing golf. In fact, she creates and publishes videos on her social networks after practicing this sport in different courses around the world.

Recently, Spiranac shared the Top ten golf courses she would like to play. And here is the list of his favorites:

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10. Bear Creek – Denver, CO

Spiranac named the Colorado golf course as their tenth favorite. Legendary golfer Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay designed this masterpiece which extends over 7200 meters in 1985.

As a Colorado native, Spiranac is emotionally attached to the Bear Creek golf course. However, he didn’t make his top 5 list for a reason; It’s a men’s golf club, and she might not get the chance to play there.

9. Real Club Valderrama – San Roque, Spain

The par 71 golf course in Spain is considered one of the best in the world. Renowned British-American golf course architect Robert Trent Jones designed this gem in 1985.

Notably, many tournaments have been held at this legendary golf course, including the Volvo Masters and the 1997 Ryder Cup. Paige Renee Spiranac named it her 9th favorite course on her to-do list.

8. Royal County Down – Newcastle, Northern Ireland

Located in Links Settings in Murlough’s Wilderness Reserve, Ireland’s Royal County Down is Spiranac’s eighth favorite course. With the backdrop of the Morne Mountains and the shores of Dundrum Bay present, it can be said to be one of the finest golf courses.

Originally designed by Old Tom Morris in 1889, many popular architects have redesigned Royal County Down over the years. Notably, Golf Digest often ranks it number one on its list of top golf courses.

7. TPC Sawgrass – Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

The home of the PLAYERS Championship is next in line at Spiranac’s Favorite Golf Courses. In fact, former PGA Tour commissioner Deane Beman established the course as a unique place to host the prestigious tournament. It is considered one of the must-do courses in the whole world.

6. Muirfield Village Golf Club – Dublin, Ohio

The magnificent course was born after golfing legend Jack Nicklaus rebuilt several times until satisfied. Like TPC Sawgrass, the 18-hole course hosts another prestigious PGA Tour event, the Memorial Tournament.

Paige Spiranac named the course her 6th favorite in the world. Notably, the social media influencer had previewed the Muirfield course in June this year, ahead of the memorial tournament.

5. Whistling Straits (Straits Course) – Sheboygan, WI

Whistling Straits is one of the most beautiful masterpieces of the famous Peter Dye. The 72-hole course has hosted several memorable golf events. Spiranac’s fifth favorite golf course has hosted multiple PGA Championships and the 2021 Ryder Cup.

4. The Old Course at St. Andrews – St Andrews, Scotland

It’s no wonder Spiranac chose the Old Course as one of its top 5 courses in the world. After all, it’s the the oldest golf courses in the world. Additionally, St. Andrews is considered the birthplace of golf.

Golf – The 150th Open Championship – Old Course, St Andrews, Scotland, Britain – July 15, 2022 Tiger Woods of the United States waves to spectators as he walks over the Swilken Bridge on the 18th in the second round REUTERS/Paul Childs

The Old Course has often hosted one of the four major events in men’s golf, the Open Championship. Recently, the course hosted the 150th Open Championship.

3. Oakmont Country Club – Oakmont, Pennsylvania

According to the sexiest woman alive, her parents grew up in Pittsburgh, near Oakmont. And she wants to play golf with them at least once.

Established in 1903, Oakmont Country Club is considered one of the most challenging golf courses in the world. It is notably known for hosting the second most major tournaments in the United States, after the Augusta National.

2. Pine Valley Golf Club – Pine Valley, NJ

Golf Digest has named Spiranac’s second favorite golf course as No. 1 in its 100 greatest lists since 2017. Golf magazine also named it No. 1 in its Best in State since 1985. And Spiranac wants to play it at least once in his life.

1. Augusta National Golf Club – Augusta, Georgia

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Augusta National hosts the Masters Tournament. Since players need an exclusive membership or invitation to play the most beautiful and challenging course, many have expressed interest in playing it. And Spiranac is no different.

Golf – The Masters – Augusta National Golf Club – Augusta, Georgia, U.S. – April 10, 2022 Scottie Scheffler of the U.S. celebrates with caddy Ted Scott on the 18th green after winning the Masters REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

The legendary amateur champion, Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts founded the private course. Renowned golf course architect Alister MacKenzie and Bobby Jones designed this work of art located in Augusta.

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Which golf course do you like the most? Do you have a bucket list similar to Spiranac’s?

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