Golfer Paige Spiranac Has Amazing Response To PGA Tour’s New Annual Bonuses
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On Tuesday, the PGA Tour announced they'll be handing out $40 million in annual bonuses to players based on their likability and fan engagement. Per GolfWeek...
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The PGA Tour has created a lucrative bonus structure that will reward golf’s biggest stars regardless of how they perform on the course, Golfweek has learned. The new system is designed to compensate players who are judged to drive fan and sponsor engagement, like Tiger Woods, Bryson DeChambeau and Rickie Fowler.

Known as the Player Impact Program, the concept is seen as a direct response to Premier Golf League, a proposed splinter tour funded by the Saudi Arabian regime that has tried to lure golf’s biggest names with the promise of a massive guaranteed pay day. PGL has spent years trying to gain traction but seems no closer to signing a sufficient number of elite players to be viable. The stuttering PGL effort nevertheless forced the PGA Tour to devise a means to reward stars for the value they add to the overall product rather than solely for their on-course performance.

A PGA Tour spokesperson confirmed to Golfweek that the Player Impact Program began January 1 to “recognize and reward players who positively move the needle.” At the end of the year, a pool of $40 million will be distributed among 10 players, with the player deemed most valuable receiving $8 million.

The 10 beneficiaries will be determined based on their “Impact Score,” a number generated from six separate metrics that are designed to quantify that individual’s added value. According to a document the PGA Tour distributed to players, the contents of which were shared with Golfweek, the metrics on which players will be ranked against their peers include:

(1) Their position on the season-ending FedEx Cup points list.

(2) Their popularity in Google Search.

(3) Their Nielsen Brand Exposure rating, which places a value on the exposure a player delivers to sponsors though the minutes they are featured on broadcasts.

(4) Their Q Rating, which measures the familiarity and appeal of a player’s brand.

(5) Their MVP Index rating, which calibrates the value of the engagement a player drives across social and digital channels.

(6) Their Meltwater Mentions, or the frequency with which a player generates coverage across a range of media platforms.

The Tour will employ an algorithm to turn the values from each metric into Impact Scores for every player and a ranking of those Scores then determines the bonus amount due. The FedEx Cup rank is the only measurement explicitly determined by performance on the golf course, but the others can be directly impacted by strong play.
Our favorite golfer, Paige Spiranac, has this amazing response to that... (Barstool Sports)
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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

Comments

26 Comments
"reward top players for moving the needle" Indeed.
Reply14 days
Don't they already get this money based off of their endorsement deals? You think if those american players start playing in Saudi Arabia all the time, their endorsement deals(guaranteed money) wouldn't decline too.
Reply19 days
TFH
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They keep talking about stimulating the economy.....I’m over here as stimulated as it gets over Paige
Reply19 days
Ricky finna eat
Reply20 days
Yeah, that wasn’t what I Googled, honey.
Reply20 days
Nice to see she has a sense of humor.
Reply20 days
“are Paige Spiranac’s boobs real?” I googled it
Reply20 days
She is not a PGA golfer. Keep showing her fake boobs!
Reply20 days
She doesn’t play golf though
Reply20 days
Y'all are some low-energy mofos if you haven't seen those things in the wild, by now.
Reply20 days
“Don’t objectify me!”
Reply20 days
Another well deserved $14,000 for this big tittied beauty.
Reply20 days
Well. Are they real?
Reply20 days
Yep. She should definitely show them again though just so we can be sure.
20 days
How very Chinese. This is how Communist countries monitor their citizens.
Reply20 days
How about "Only Fans" .....INSTA Millioner
Reply20 days
Hell she could even be a millionaire
20 days
Man, this chick is so high on herself. That's not attractive.
Reply20 days
TFH
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She’s either A: really smart and business savvy(attractive) or B: insecure and needs lots of attention(fun for a little while) As well as she runs her social media and hasn’t slipped up yet, it’s A. And I love her.
20 days
No honey, it’s “ Paige Spiranac topless”.
Reply20 days
No pictures of them? Bummer.
Reply20 days
I dont know about the PGA but I'll pay you $5 to take your top off
Reply20 days
How about a Name, Image, and Likeness payment from the PGA?
Reply20 days
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