Golfing beauty Paige Spiranac has revealed her love for the Ryder Cup as Golf’s premier tournament teed off on Friday afternoon.
Team Europe and Team USA have renewed their hostilities a year later than anticipated after Covid-19 made the event postponed for 2020.
After losing their title to the European side at Paris 2018, the US is back on their home turf, Whistling Straits, Wisconsin.
Spiranac, who was a professional golfer in the past, is thrilled to see the competition back on home turf.
She tweeted: “I love the Ryder Cup so much, I wish more golf tournaments had this type of energy.”
Spiranac has already offered advice to Team USA’s Ryder Cup captain Steve Stricker.
The stunning blonde took to Twitter to say: “Brooks [Koepka] and Bryson [DeChambeau] would be an unstoppable team. Pair them together. It’s what we all want.”
The American duo of Koepka and DeChambeau are two prolific winners, but they share one of the games bitterest rivalries.
However, Koepka has recently played down their feud, and his coach, Mike Schy, told The Times: “Whether or not they are both doing it to maximise their global profile, Bryson wants it over.
“Move on. Two big egos is the bottom line.
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DeChambeau didn’t get off to the greatest of starts on Friday, and he hit a fan with his first tee shot in the opening fourballs.
Fans waited in anticipation as DeChambeau pulled up his driver, the green visible. The American is known for his long drives.
Unfortunately, his driver veered left, hitting an unexpecting fan’s shin. The fan was uninjured.