Paige Spiranac has criticized Michael Block for his epic PGA Tour performance, but she has criticized him for not kissing his wife on the green.

Hero Michael Block failed to impress Paige Spiranac after he accidentally not kissed his wife at the PGA

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Michael Block, a Nevada native, won the PGA Championship after playing one of the greatest shots in the tournament’s history.

After making an incredible hole-in-one on the 15th during the final round, Block became one of the tournament’s breakthrough stars.

The Californian’s attempt at a three-pointer seemed more like a slam dunk as the ball went through the net without so much as a bounce, leaving Block and the crowd dumbfounded.

On the 18th hole, at the end of the course, he and his wife Val shared an emotional embrace.
Spiranac, though, did not think highly of the 46-year-old.

Spiranac said on her podcast, “Playing A Round with Paige,” “I’m just sayin’, if I’m on camera and I’m going up to my man and I’m like going in for a hug and I’m putting my head up going for a kiss and he just denies me a kiss in front of all these people on camera, I would be bringing that up later.”

“Not only just later that day. Every single day for the rest of our lives until we die.”

“We’ll, like, be laying next to each other on our deathbeds and I’d be like, ‘remember when you didn’t kiss me on camera?’ That would be the last thing I’d ever say. That would be a fight later.”

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Since her husband earned $288,000 (£232,000) thanks to his outstanding play on the PGA Tour, Val is inclined to forgive him.

In addition to securing his financial future, he also secured an automatic exemption from the tournament for the next year.

Ultimately, Block finished tied for 15th at New York, while Brooks Koepka won the tournament. He shot a final round of 9 under par to win his sixth major championship.

In addition, he has already won the Wanamaker trophy three times in his career (in 2017, 2018, and now).