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Charlie is joined by social media personality and professional golfer Paige Spiranac at one of Myrtle Beach’s top designs, Grande Dunes Resort Club
Charlie: Today in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, I'm hanging out with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model, Paige Spiranac, who just happens to have a big voice in the world of golf. I'm Charlie Rymer and this is Ridin' with Rymer. Hey Paige, how are you doing?
Paige: Hey. Good to see you.
Charlie: You look great. Let me grab this bag from you here.
Paige: Oh, thank you.
Charlie: Well, we've got a good day ahead at Grande Dunes. Let me get you loaded up. Oh, Oh, Oh. What do we got here?
Paige: This is my dog, Nico. It actually looks just like him.
Charlie: Oh, Nico. Beautiful.
Paige: And I see you have one, too.
Charlie: Yeah, that's my dog, Buzz, right there, golden retriever. Love them, absolutely love them. All right, hop on. We've got a really cool golf course today. We're going to take on Grande dunes, let's see what we got out there.
Paige: I'm really excited.
Charlie: Well, I know you play golf at the San Diego state, but you participated in student government there.
Charlie: How did you decide to get into student government?
Paige: I was a part of the student athlete advisory committee. I like to help other people and it's just a role that I've always felt really good in.
Charlie: You think maybe the fact that you worked so hard and had so much discipline and gymnastics when you were really young, sort of led to you having that kind of spirit that you have now?
Paige: Yeah. So I started homeschooling in fourth grade because I was training, gosh, seven to eight hours a day, six days a week when I was 10 years old.
Paige: So it was a full time job.
Charlie: When I watch gymnastics and I watch a balance beam, and that balance beam is four inches, right?
Paige: Yeah. Mm-hmm (affirmative).
Charlie: I've had big putts before, like a three footer, if I miss it, it's going to be painful. But that balance beam, you mess up, you going to hurt yourself. I mean, that's scary.
Paige: Yeah. It was tough. It was definitely really hard. And when I was... Gosh, how old was I? 12, I ended up fracturing my knee cap twice and had a couple other really bad injuries. And I started to really hate gymnastics and it was really, really tough. And so that's when I decided to quit. It's different though. I feel like golf is more intense mentally than any other sport I've ever done and I would much rather do a double back off of a four inch balance beam than have a four footer to win a tournament.
Charlie: Wow. That's long and right down the middle, but very boring. This hole goes that way. You know what I'm always wanting to do here?
Charlie: Is launch one right down.
Paige: Are you allowed to do that?
Charlie: The inner coastal. No. Watch this ball. How pretty it is flying down through there? Boom.
Charlie: Paige, some people don't go that far on vacation.
Paige: He's still in the water. So I feel like golf guys or people in golf are the funniest kind of crazy guys. Why do you think golf is so seriously conservative then when they are literally just so goofy and crazy?
Charlie: I don't know. It's almost like the fun part of golf is you're could to be walking down the fairway telling your caddy a dirty joke without smiling and the people over there,-
Paige: Oh, you're so serious.
Charlie: ... they're about the grain or something.
Charlie: I know. It was some nasty joke.
Paige: Why do you think they don't want to showcase that more, make golf fun and relatable?
Charlie: I think that's a good question. I think a lot of it comes down to the tour just being buttoned down. And if you look at a lot of the sponsorships, really conservative corporate sponsors, it was a big deal to get tour players to be able to wear shorts and practice rounds.
Charlie: It's like, "Oh, they're wearing shorts and frackers." And well, you know what? They're wearing shorts and practice rounds in the world's field tournament.
Charlie: So... But I think that happens a lot. A lot of these clubs, they get these old archaic rules and the younger people, as they come along, they're just not going to put up with it.
Charlie: If I go play golf, I'm going to listen to music. And if you can't let me do that at your club, I'm not going to join there.
Paige: What do you listen to in the golf course?
Charlie: Both kinds of music, country and Western.
Paige: Mm-hmm (affirmative).
Charlie: Yeah. You ever listen to Blake Shelton?
Charlie: Yeah, I've seen him a couple times in concert this year. I don't know.
Paige: Kind of look alike.
Charlie: Yeah. Right. Yeah.
Paige: I can see it.
Charlie: What is he? Sexiest man in the world? Listen to a lot of Hootie & The Blowfish.
Charlie: I love those guys.
Paige: Monday after the mass was always so much fun to go to.
Charlie: It's a blast. Let's change gears a little bit. You've been a forefront in fashion and a lot of different ways including modeling for Sports Illustrated-
Paige: Mm-hmm (affirmative).
Charlie: ... Swimsuit Edition. What do you think about this hat that I'm wearing?
Paige: I feel like fashion is supposed to be fun and I hate when people say you can only wear this because it's fashionable. If you feel confident in what you're wearing and you feel like you're rocking it, then go ahead, wear it.
Charlie: Wear it.
Charlie: With an attitude.
Paige: Who cares?
Charlie: I like that. Yeah. You could take your hat off, you're going to try the small.
Paige: I'm not taking the hat off, but I'll-
Charlie: Size eight.
Paige: Do I look good?
Charlie: Very good. Yeah, very. It took two months to get that hat, I got a giant melon. So Paige, what's the best part of your game?
Paige: Short game for sure. I can get up and down from anywhere and I'm a good scrambler because I don't hit a lot of fairways. I don't hit a lot of greens.
Charlie: Listen, I appreciate you coming out.
Paige: Thanks for having me, I had a great time.
Charlie: I'm right there with you. Roll it in. Paige, it's really cool getting to know you a lot better and also watching that short game that you got. I mean, that's really impressive.
Paige: Thank you. Thanks for having me. I had a really great time today.
Charlie: Yeah, always a lot of fun and thanks for Ridin' with Rymer right here in Myrtle beach, South Carolina, the golf capital of the world. Book your next vacation or get a customized quote at myrtlebeachgolftrips.com. Hey Paige, how are you doing? Let me grab that bag for you.
Paige: Oh, thank you.
Charlie: I'm going to get a hug first.
Paige: Wait. That's... I would like to say that the first time I ever met you, and within maybe seconds, you're like, "Hey, I'm Charlie. Do you want to hear a dirty joke?" That was how we met.
Charlie: You know how to sell a chicken to a deaf man?
Charlie: Want to buy a chicken?!