'Never forget': Paige Spiranac mocks controversial Masters flop

Riley Morgan
·Sports Reporter
·2-min read
Paige Spiranac (pictured left) posing for a photo and Bryson DeChambeau (pictured right) during The Masters.
Paige Spiranac (pictured left) has taken yet another swipe at Bryson DeChambeau (pictured right) after he flopped on Day 1 of The Masters. (Images: Twitter/Getty Images)

Instagram star Paige Spiranac has taken the second swipe at Bryson DeChambeau in the same week after the golf hulk's flop on Day 1 at The Masters.

The former college golfer, turned Insta superstar, is never shy when speaking her mind and took a swipe at DeChambeau's game after a video of him practising went viral.

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DeChambeau, one of the favourites heading into Augusta, was confident he could use his powerful driving to dismantle the tricky course.

"I'm trying to see how far right I can go, over the trees, on the first," the World No.5 said ahead of Day 1.

"That is the line I want to take." 

But following the opening day of the 85th Masters, DeChambeau was among many favourites to have fallen dramatically behind after a nightmare start.

DeChambeau and Rory McIlroy finished 4-over on 76, which could have all but effectively ended their quest for the green jacket.

And Paige reminded DeChambeau of his comments ahead of the tournament.

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Spiranac mocks DeChambeau

A video of DeChambeau, the 2020 US Open champion, practising his driving with his brutal club swing did the rounds on social media this week.

The commentators were in awe of just how hard DeChambeau went during training.

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But the video didn't seem to impress Spiranac after she tweeted: "Less of this and more replaying the 2019 Masters."

Spiranac was clearly taking a dig at DeChambeau and his driving, which has been a huge revelation in the golf world since the return of the sport after the Covid-19 pandemic break.

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