Paige Spiranac runs headcover competition for Swag Golf

Paige Spiranac is giving golf fans the opportunity to lay in their own bed of golf headcovers in this exclusive competition organised by Swag Golf. 

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Tue, 11 Jan 2022

Paige Spiranac runs headcover competition for Swag Golf

Paige Spiranac posted a new picture on Instagram of herself lying in a pile of golf headcovers, a concept that is every golfer's dream.  

Everyone loves an eccentric headcover to add some colour to their bag. Some people have animals on their drivers and multi-coloured covers on their putters. It's good fun.

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On behalf of Swag Golf, Spiranac is letting her fans know of a great competition that gives you the chance to win your own pool of headcovers.

It is very easy to enter and Paige put all the details in her post. Memberships for 2022 for Swag Golf's Cover of the Month Club are gone but there are two spare ones available for this competition.

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This will guarantee 10 blade or mallet putter covers and two wood covers. All you need to do is follow Swag Golf on Instagram and tag a friend in Spiranac's post and say if you use a blade or a mallet putter.

This is a great opportunity to win some free headcovers and with Spiranac having more than three million followers, the prizes will be regarded as a pot of gold.

Spiranac has built a good partnership with Swag Golf, as she has done with PointsBetUSA which she is now an ambassador for. 

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She has hung up her golf shoes competitively for now, but Spiranac has become extremely popular as a result of her golf videos on her social media pages, with Twitter and Tiktok also proving fruitful.

Paige will announce the winners of the completion on Friday, so make sure to watch her Instagram story then to find out if you have been successful.

 

 

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