Paige Spiranac reveals fan’s disgusting X-rated request and her dad’s hilarious response | The Sun

PAIGE SPIRANAC has revealed a fan's disgusting X-rated request and her dad's hilarious response to it.

The former golf pro, 30, has amassed 3.7 million followers on Instagram and regularly posts glamorous snaps of herself in a variety of outfits on the golf course.

Taking to Instagram to do a Q&A with her fans she revealed one fan's X-rated request and her dad's hilarious response to it.

In a question titled 'most unpleasant experience in public', Spiranac said: " I was playing this golf event and these two guys were just, you know talking and he was like I want her to sign my you know, his private area.

"He said that not knowing that my dad was standing right next to him."

The 30 year old then revealed her dad's hilarious response to what unfolded.


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She said: " So my dad turned to him and said her last name is to long to sign.

She added: "So like my parents and people who are like friends and family have a really great attitude about it and you sort of have to.

"But you never know who is standing next to you, listening or watching you, so watch what you say as I will probably find out."

The influencer recently mocked fans' criticism of the LIV Golf event in which took place in Australia last week.

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The music and off course entertainment had been slammed by some viewers but Spiranac defended the alternative direction.

She took to Twitter and said: "It was electric, but what's frustrating is all the takes I was seeing on social media.

"People were saying 'Too much music, too much fun'. When did too much fun become a bad thing?

"They were like 'OK now you're an adult you have responsibilities, a job you probably hate, you have to get married, have kids, financial burdens AND on top of that no more fun'. It's ridiculous.

"Fun is allowed and it should be encouraged, especially at sporting events. That's why we go, to be entertained."

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