Credit: Twitter

Credit: Twitter

Ahead of The Open Championship, scheduled to start on Thursday, popular Golf influencer Paige Spiranac has a "yearly reminder" for her followers as the major season in golf is approaching its end. The tournament will take place at Royal Liverpool and the 30-year-old social media sensation has reminded all fans to call the prestigious tournament by its proper name.

The oldest golf tournament in the world, The Open was founded in 1860 and the majority of British golf fans call it "The Open" while the Americans refer to it as The British Open to differentiate it from The US Open.

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However, Paige took to her official Twitter handle to post a video for PointsBet, and said, " Hello everyone, major season in golf is sadly coming to an end with The Open this week, and your yearly reminder to say The Open and not The British Open, or else you'll make a golf purist's mind explode. 

"But let's preview. They're going to be playing at Royal Liverpool, it's a par 72 playing 7347 yards. Cameron Smith is the defending champion. Some notable winners at Royal Liverpool was Rory McIlroy in 2014 and Tiger Woods in 2006."

Watch the video here:

She concluded, "It's going to be a great week. I want to hear from you. Who do you think is going to win? Comment down below, I'll be giving my picks on Wednesday. I am on a massive heater right now so you might want to listen to my picks."