SEXIEST WOMAN ALIVE: Paige Spiranac SIZZLES in see-through outfit as she celebrates Maxim cover
Spiranac stepped out for Maxim’s Hot 100 experience at Hyde Beach on Saturday, a month after the magazine crowned her the 'sexiest woman alive'
Golf sensation Paige Spiranac commemorated her 'sexiest woman alive' tag with a jaw-dropping ensemble at a South Beach, Miami event over the weekend. The golfer-turned-influencer stepped out for Maxim’s Hot 100 experience at Hyde Beach on Saturday, July 16, a month after the magazine crowned her the “sexiest woman alive.”
The 29-year-old Spiranac, who was dressed in a revealing black outfit that featured a bikini-style top and a see-through skirt, grinned from ear to ear on the red carpet as she posed next to her Maxim cover.
“Had so much fun at the @MaximMag hot 100 party last night!” Spiranac tweeted on Sunday, July 17. “Still in shock to see my face on the cover!”
The blonde bombshell revealed in June that she would be featuring on the cover of Maxim, announcing to her fans that she was "truly in disbelief" over the honor. “I am so honored by being named the sexiest woman alive by @maximmag this year! When I (found out) I kept asking them, ‘are you sure?’ because I was truly in disbelief,” Spiranac said at the time. “To me being sexy is about confidence and feeling comfortable in your own skin. I’ve always tried to stay true to myself though out my unconventional path and now I’m so proud to be following so many amazing women who carried the title in years before me. Thank you again Maxim for this moment and to @gilles_bensimon for these beautiful pictures!” she added.
That said, Spiranac also celebrated correctly picking Australia’s Cameron Smith to win the 150th British Open. “Congrats to Cam Smith for a historic win. And congrats to myself for picking him to win,” the 'Playing A Round' podcast host tweeted Sunday.
Congrats to Cam Smith for a historic win. And congrats to myself for picking him to win.— Paige Spiranac (@PaigeSpiranac) July 17, 2022
Spiranac revealed on Instagram Thursday, July 14, that she had picked Smith to win the tournament and that she hoped her prediction "ages well come Sunday.”
Smith beat Rory McIlroy and Cameron Young with an impressive 8-under 64 on Sunday to hoist the Claret Jug and bring in his first major championship victory.
Spiranac boasts a following of more than 3.4 million on Instagram, where she posts content of herself playing on the greatest golf courses in the world while wearing short skirts and figure-hugging tops. It's worth noting that she's the first sportswoman to take the top spot in Maxim's hot-100 list, which first appeared in 2000. Spiranac briefly opened up about her relationship status last month.
During a Q&A session on her 'Playing a Round' podcast in June, Spiranac expressed her desire to remarry following a "traumatic" divorce from athletic trainer Steven Tinoco. “As you guys know, I am divorced,” the golfer said at the time. “I wasn’t married for very long and I think that when I initially got divorced, I said I will never get married ever again.” While it's unclear when the pair parted ways, she revealed in March that she's "no longer married."