Paige Spiranac again trolls Bryson DeChambeau ahead of Masters

Riley Morgan
·Sports Reporter
·2-min read
Instagram sensation Paige Spiranac (pictured right) posing for a photo and Bryson DeChambeau (pictured left) carrying his golf club.
Instagram sensation Paige Spiranac (pictured right) has once again mocked World No.5 golfer Bryson DeChambeau (pictured left) ahead of The Masters. (Image: Getty Images/Instagram)

Instagram star Paige Spiranac has again trolled controversial golf star Bryson DeChambeau ahead of this week's Masters.

The former college golfer, turned Insta superstar, isn't shy at trolling the big-hitting American having recently mocked him for a drive during The Players Championship last month.

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But ahead of the 85th Masters at Augusta, Spiranac has taken to social media to mock the controversial golfing star again.

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.

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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Despite Spiranac appearing less than impressed at his technique, the commentators were taken aback at how hard he was training.

"He has hit more balls in the last minute, than Fred Couples did in an hour," the commentator said.

"It is fun to watch," another commentator said.

Spiranac mocks DeChambeau

DeChambeau may be the biggest hitting golfer on the tour, but he isn't immune to a horror shot.

And Spiranac reminded her followers of just that last month.

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She posted a video of the 27-year-old American topping a shot off the tee at The Players Championship.

"I get so much joy from watching the best in the world hit hacker shots just like us," she wrote on Twitter.

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