On the weekend, Paige Spiranac watched the US Open in New York instead of golf.
With a different big tournament in town, the 30-year-old golf glamor girl couldn't pass up the chance to observe elite sport up close. She posted a photo of herself at Arthur Ashes stadium in New York on Saturday, watching the matches in the sun.
Spiranac would have seen defending men's champion Carlos Alcaraz reach the quarterfinals and Jessica Pegula defeat Elina Svitolina in three sets.
Alcaraz faces Italy's Matteo Arnaldo on Monday, while Pegula faces Washington's Madison Keys.
While golf is her passion, Spiranac has never hidden her love of other sports. In June, she threw the opening pitch for the Milwaukee Brewers against the Pittsburgh Pirates in MLB.
Before throwing at American Family Field, Spiranac had a caddie with a golf bag and a steward jokingly putting up a 'quiet please' sign. Fans received a Spiranac bobblehead, and the golf influencer thanked the Brewers on social media.
But her first love is golf, and Spiranac still makes it to the big tournaments—she posted a photo from the Masters in Augusta, Georgia earlier this year.