Who was Paige Spiranac's worst date? Golfer's 'romantic' outing involved a free taco
Golfer-turned-Influencer has often been plagued by bad dates who use the opportunity to get better at their games
Paige Spiranac revealed her "worst date" to her 3.3 million Instagram followers during an AMA session and it was shocking an hilarious in equal measures. During the ask me anything session, the influencer and golfer was asked to talk about her worst dating experience. Spiranac candidly described her disastrous outing with a guy who took her to Taco Bell and got his meal but did not buy her anything.
“This guy that I thought was my boyfriend at the time, he introduced me as his friend, and then he took me to Taco Bell, and didn’t even buy me anything, but gave me the free taco that he got with his meal,” Spiranac explained.
“Probably the worst date I have ever been on,” she said.
Over the years Paige have had several AMA sessions with her fans on social media and is famously known for her candid responses. In these sessions, followers get a chance to literally ask her anything. From questions about learning golf to whether or not her ‘boobs are real’, Spiranac shares answers to everything with her Instagram family.
It is not the first time fans have shown interest in the influencer’s dating life. Spiranac acknowledged that in her podcast ‘Playing A Round’, where she invites celebrities like Wells Adams and producer and TV host Chris Harrison among others to talk openly about a range of different topics including golf and her dating woes.
Spiranac has recounted instances where guys have asked her on dates but which turned out to be a free golf lesson in disguise. In her Instagram story on Tuesday, the 28-year-old responded to a follower who wrote, “Is it true that news that said men only wanted to date you for golf lessons?” To which she agreed and explained how back in college, men would use her for free golf lessons.
“So in college, I had a hard time getting dates, so I used golf as an in and be like, ‘Give you free golf balls, give you lessons,'” she said. “But there was one guy who had a girlfriend, he led me on because his game was getting so much better from all these free lessons and he wanted to keep doing them so yes, he used me for free golf lessons,” Spiranac said.
She then went ahead and shared how she gave one man her golf gear with her name on it despite the fact that her feelings were not being reciprocated. “There was also another guy who I really, really liked and he did not like me. I gave him my SDSU golf bag and so, he has my SDSU golf bag with my name on it. I never got it back and he was never my boyfriend,” she said.