‘I’m Done’: Days Before the PGA Championship, Paige Spiranac Voices Her Burning Resentment at Rory McIlroy

As the PGA Championship draws near, excitement fills the air, and golf fans eagerly engage in discussions about the upcoming tournament. Among those sparking conversations is social media sensation Paige Spiranac, known for her passionate involvement in the sport.

Recently, Spiranac posed a thought-provoking question to fellow golf enthusiasts: “Who are you liking for the PGA Championship?” In this post, she raised eyebrows by expressing her frustration with a particular golfer, Rory McIlroy, who seems to have a natural affinity for the Oak Hill course. Spiranac’s candid admission left many wondering about her change of heart, and the impact it might have on her predictions for the championship.

In a recent Twitter video, the golf diva posed a crucial question to golf fans regarding who they thought was a strong contender for winning the upcoming PGA Championship. Spiranac wasted no time and jumped right into the analysis. She began with Jon Rahm, then she talked about Scottie Scheffler, and then Xander Schauffele.

As the topic shifted to Rory McIlroy, who seemingly fit the course like a glove, Spiranac made an unexpected decision. With a hint of frustration, she admitted, “We got Rory, and this course is perfect for him. You know what, I’m not picking him. I’m done picking Rory because it always burns me in the end.”

Her previous support for McIlroy has often ended in disappointment, leading her to change her stance this time around. Rory McIlroy, a seasoned golfer, has had great success at Quail Hollow Club, where the Wells Fargo Championship takes place. With three victories and two course records, McIlroy’s return to the PGA Tour at this venue is highly anticipated. However, his recent performance at the Masters was disappointing, leading to a missed cut and prompting him to withdraw from the RBC Heritage.


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