Loading… FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Golf babe Paige Spiranac has admitted that she had sent nude photos before adding however that it was not one way traffic as she always insists on getting one in return The 27-year-old has shot to fame after accumulating over 2.7m followers on Instagram. Aside from being a professional golfer, she sets pulses racing with her steamy posts on social media. But in private, she has admitted to going one further and sending naked pictures in the past. However, she has made sure that she gets one back for ‘collateral’. Speaking on her You Got Game podcast, the American star said: “This is what p***** me off. “If a guy is asking for a picture, you also have to return the picture with another picture. “It is not that I really care to see it, it’s more just collateral. I need to have something of yours, because you have something of mine. “I learned that the hard way!”Advertisement Golf sensation Paige Spiranac Spiranac certainly did after a photo she had sent to someone she was dating was leaked onto the internet. When the relationship turned sour, her ex shared the photo with pals that quickly spread it. Addressing her attitude towards sending pictures before her nude pictures were leaked, Spiranac said: “It was fun. “I was carefree and I didn’t think twice about it! “That was just my thing, I would send pictures because I didn’t like sexting, or doing things over Facetime or talking dirty. Read AlsoPaige Spiranac Explodes: declares golf Stuffy and discriminatory “When it is over Facetime or through text, I find it is very uncomfortable because guys are awkward. They make it awkward. “They just take it to such an extreme level, or they say something uncomfortable. “They don’t know how to do it in a sexy way. It’s just like ‘you’re a dirty w****’ and it’s a little much!” Promoted ContentWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?A Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This Day10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By Odeith8 Things About Ancient Egypt That We Don’t Yet KnowBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThe Story Of The Small Italy Windows In The Walls Is Rather Grim18 Cities With Neverending Tourist-Flow5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks6 TV Characters Whose Departures Have Made The Shows Better18 Beautiful Cities That Are Tourist Magnets
Manchester – The manager of Manchester City Manuel Pellegrini confirmed Edin Džeko’s stay in the club and said that he is very important for the team.Džeko allegedly should have left but he remains because he scored numerous goals – according to B92.“Džeko is a very important player for us. He played a great season from the beginning to the end. We expect a lot from him in the future.” – said Pellegrini.The two sides are currently negotiating about a new contract for the best shooter in the history of B&H.Manchester City already extended contracts with two players who have been at Etihad for a couple of years already, Aleksandar Kolarov and Samir Nasri.(Source: Fena)
Officials in Palm Beach County sent a letter to Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday afternoon, asking to be considered for phase one of the his reopening strategy.Last week, Gov. DeSantis announced the state would begin phase one of his “Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step. Plan for Florida’s Recovery.,” with the exception of Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties.Earlier this week, county commissioners voted 5-1 to send a letter to DeSantis, requesting that they be considered for inclusion in phase one of that strategy.Click here to read the full letter“The board made a decision that we are ready to open businesses in Palm Beach County as set forth in Section 3 and 4 of Executive Order 2020-112,” reads the letter by Palm Beach County Mayor David Kerner. “We are recommending you consider and grant our county the opportunity to reopen in Phase 1 of your plan in a similar fashion to other counties in the state outside of South Florida.”The letter also states that the board of county commissioners voted unanimously to consider reopening local beaches.The commission plans to hold a special meeting Friday to review a proposed order that would allow those beach restrictions to be relaxed.
England Golf has announced a three-year partnership with Sky Sports to promote the Get Into Golf initiative across the UK, with the aim of bringing 500,000 new or lapsed golfers into the sport by the end of 2018. Get Into Golf is a national campaign supported by the Home Unions of England, Scotland and Wales, The European Tour, The Ladies European Tour, The PGA, The Golf Foundation and The R&A. The announcement comes as golf is set to get a huge boost from Danny Willett’s dramatic win in the Masters. He’s only the second Englishman to win the title and the first for 20 years – and his victory is predicted to inspire new generations of golfers. England Golf is committed to increasing the number of people that play golf; www.getintogolf.org inspires people to take up and play more golf by providing a local activity finder for taster sessions, beginner and improver courses, plus a wealth of information about the game. Nick Pink, CEO of England Golf, commented on the announcement: “Working alongside Sky Sports as part of our marketing strategy for Get Into Golf is a great opportunity for the sport, their support will be invaluable in inspiring new golfers and spreading the message that golf is a game for all.” He added: “We are aware, like many other sports, golf faces challenges around declining participation. Get Into Golf is a call to action and working with Sky across their channels and digital outlets, as well as the wider golfing community puts us in a strong position to change perceptions, ensuring a bright future for golf” Jason Wessely, Head of Golf at Sky Sports, said: “Our partnership with Get Into Golf illustrates our desire to help get more people to the range and out on the course. This partnership comes at a great time after the amazing and inspiring success of home grown talent at The Masters. We hope to inspire players and fans further around the BMW PGA Championship, The Open, The Ryder Cup and The British Masters.” Get Into Golf is supported by Sport England National Lottery funding and activity is delivered by over 760 local clubs and PGA professionals. In 2015 www.getintogolf.org had over 800,000 visits and has already seen an increase in regular participation and has impacted club membership numbers. 12 Apr 2016 England Golf announce three-year partnership with Sky Sports