Golf influencer Paige Spiranac opened up about her body during a recent Q&A on her Instagram account earlier this week.
Spiranac was asked if she was “annoyed” by questions about whether her breasts were real. The golfer, who has nearly 4 million followers on Instagram, has repeatedly responded to social media trolls regarding what she wears or how she presents herself. This time, however, she opened up to her supporters.
“They’ve actually gotten a lot bigger and so I can see a lot of people being confused like when I first started this,” Spiranac said. “I’ve always had a chest, but not like this. And it’s because I gained weight and I talked about all these reasons.
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“But I can understand why people question that and are sometimes confused because it’s like one week they’re here and one week they’re there and like next year they’re here and it’s like What’s going on? I don’t.” I don’t know. I don’t know,” she continued.
“It’s just that the human body is a magical thing.”
In September, Spiranac responded to the constant criticism she receives regarding her clothing.
“I was a gymnast before I got into golf,” the former All-Mountain West Conference golfer told Sports Illustrated. “I was so comfortable wearing spandex, and very little, because that’s exactly what you wear when you’re wearing a leotard and you’re competing.
“When I got into golf, we were struggling a little bit financially and so I didn’t have the luxury of going out and buying a whole new golf-friendly wardrobe. And so, I wore what it was in my closet, which was practice clothes… That’s how I learned to play this game.”
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Spiranac said she views golfers as athletes and wonders “why don’t we dress like athletes?”
She pointed out that Lucas Glover was sweating through his clothes at a PGA Tour event, explaining why golfers should be able to wear whatever they’re comfortable with. LIV golfers, for example, are allowed to wear shorts during their competitions.
“That was always my mindset when I got into golf, and it really offends people, which is shocking,” she said. “They’ll have very intense discussions about whether they should wear shorts or pants or a blade collar or a real collar and I’m out here in just a tank top or spandex and people are like ‘What are you do ?’ But I love this.
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“But we’re starting to see that change and fashion play an important role in the growth of the game, and it’s moving in the right direction.”