'What a world' – Paige Spiranac reacts to Will Smith slap, Tiger Woods return & feud with putting method Twitter account

'What a world' – Paige Spiranac reacts to Will Smith slap, Tiger Woods return & feud with putting method Twitter account

March 29, 2022

PAIGE SPIRANAC couldn't quite believe how much was going on in the world as she woke up on Monday morning.

The former professional golfer turned social media star took to Twitter after an action-packed weekend of events.


Spiranac, 29, reacted to Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars, as well as the upcoming 2022 Masters, in which Tiger Woods could be playing.

Rumours have swirled in recent days that Woods, 46, could return to play at Augusta in April after his horrific car crash last year.

And to top it all off Spiranac was also involved in a war of words with AimPoint – an expert putting company.

She said: "Woke up to Will Smith slapping Chris Rock, I’m feuding with a putting method, the masters is next week and Tiger might be playing.

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"What a world."

Spiranac was caught up in an exchange with putting experts AimPoint after she mocked Keegan Bradley for taking an age over a close-range putt at the WGC Match Play event last week.

She wrote: "Nightmare fuel," alongside a video of Bradley taking his time on the green.

AimPoint's Twitter angrily blasted in response: "Its interesting how miss anti-bullying @PaigeSpiranac was so quick to ridicule Keegan Bradley for taking a little extra time (26 seconds, gasp) to read a high-stress putt during match play.

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"But I'd like to thank her for helping to shatter my all-time daily DVD sales for free."

Spiranac then hit back: "Interesting how out of everyone in the entire golf community who commented on that video you come after me.

"It wasn’t even directed at AimPoint but slow play which I hate. That’s not bullying and if you think it is get off Twitter.

"But hey here’s the clout you want."

The opening round of the Masters is set for Thursday, April 7, with the winner to be crowned three days later.

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