Career Highlights: Professional golfer Paige Spiranac is a former standout golfer at San Diego State University and current social media sensation who recently won her first professional tournament on the Cactus Tour last year shooting a final round 68 and winning on the first playoff hole. Active on the sports and entertainment landscape, Spiranac was an elite gymnast growing up and more recently has become known for promoting fitness training on social media and specialist golf sites. While at San Diego State, Spiranac earned All-Mountain accolades several times and was twice honored by the Future Collegians World Tour as the West Region Player of the Year during a standout stint in the junior ranks. Other golf accolades include FCWT All-America accolades twice and victories at the 2010 Colorado Junior Stroke Play, 2009 AJGA Stockton Sports Commission Classic and 2008 IJGT ASU Karsten Junior Tournament. She captured medalist honors at the Golfweek Junior Orange Tree Open and the Junior Trilogy in 2011. Spiranac qualified for the Junior PGA Championship on four occasions and was a three-time U.S. Girls' Junior Amateur participant, and competed as a member of the Junior America's Cup and the Colorado Junior All-Star teams.