Paige Spiranac believes Max Homa now has what it takes to go on and win a major championship after he rounded up his PGA Tour hat-trick at the Fortinet Championship on Sunday evening.
Spiranac, who has more Instagram followers than Tiger Woods at more than 3 million, also admires how the World No.31 manages to balance being hilariously active on social media with being a multiple winner on the PGA Tour.
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"Max Homa is good at twitter, better at golf," tweeted Spiranac.
"He’s great for the game. He’s shown you can be active on social media and balance that with being a winner on tour.
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Max Homa is good at twitter, better at golf. He’s great for the game. He’s shown you can be active on social media and balance that with being a winner on tour. Impressive— Paige Spiranac (@PaigeSpiranac) September 20, 2021
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Spiranac was then asked by a golf fan as to whether Homa has what it takes to win a major championship.
And she has no doubts about it.
"100% - he plays well on big boy courses and will get it done," replied Spiranac.
Homa fired a stunning final-round 65 to finish one shot ahead of compatriot Maverick McNealy on 19-under par.
It marks a second win of the year for Homa, who defeated Tony Finau in a playoff to win the Genesis Invitational in February.
Homa clinched his first PGA Tour title with a three-shot victory at the 2019 Wells Fargo Championship.