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Busty Paige Spiranac wows in low-cut top as she reveals most embarrassing moments on golf course

, Busty Paige Spiranac wows in low-cut top as she reveals most embarrassing moments on golf course

PAIGE SPIRANAC wowed in a low-cut top as she revealed three of her most embarrassing moments on a golf course.

The 29-year-old is the No1 golf influencer, amassing nearly 4million followers on Instagram.

Paige Spiranac has revealed her three most embarrassing moments on a golf course

Paige face planted in front of ‘cute boys’ when she was 13

, Busty Paige Spiranac wows in low-cut top as she reveals most embarrassing moments on golf course
Paige also got drenched in the same tournament after trying to hit her ball out of the water

, Busty Paige Spiranac wows in low-cut top as she reveals most embarrassing moments on golf course
In the next tournament, Paige got a nosebleed and had toilet paper stuffed up her nose for a round

Paige regularly shares clips of herself on courses, but also sets hearts racing in a range of sexy outfits.

But on Tuesday, the blonde beauty decided she would engage with her fans by doing an Instagram Q&A, while also in a revealing low-cut top.

One asked about her most embarrassing memory on a golf course – and Paige decided to name three.

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She replied: “Three of the most embarrassing things that have ever happened to me happened in back-to-back tournaments, with two of them happening at the same tournament.

“So the first thing was; I was carrying my bag, I was a junior golfer, I was walking to the range and you know how they have those little ropes?

“And so my mum steps down on the rope so I can step over it and she didn’t realise that my second foot wasn’t over the ropes.

“So she lets the rope go, my foot gets stuck in the rope with my bag on my back.

“All of these cute boys on the range – I’m like 13 – I face plant, make a huge noise because the clubs fell, smacked on the ground, I’m on the floor mortified.

“Then in that same tournament, my ball was in the water and it was sitting down and I thought I could hit it out.

“I was wearing an all-white outfit, water splashed me everywhere and I was soaked for the entire round.

“And then the next tournament I was wearing another all-white outfit – I need to stop wearing all-white outfits – and I got a nosebleed so I had to finish the round with a chunk of toilet paper stuck up my nose.”

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Spiranac has a “Beauty vs the Beast” match against legend John Daly coming up.

The golf influencer will take on Daly on June 5 at the Geneva National.

Spiranac posted a Beauty and the Beast-themed picture on her social media accounts to promote the event.

The picture has been drawn in an artistic style showing Spiranac teeing off with Daly watching her swing.

She also revealed people will be able to apply to caddie the golf match, with two winners selected.

, Busty Paige Spiranac wows in low-cut top as she reveals most embarrassing moments on golf course
Paige has nearly 4m Instagram followers

, Busty Paige Spiranac wows in low-cut top as she reveals most embarrassing moments on golf course
Paige is taking on golf legend John Daly in June

, Busty Paige Spiranac wows in low-cut top as she reveals most embarrassing moments on golf course
Paige and Daly will be playing at the Geneva National

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I improve my golf game without practicing?

Practice is key to improving your game. However, if you don’t possess the time or resources to consistently perform drills, you can still improve. You must remember to always put your best foot forward and practice what it is you are trying to do. Playing faster is the best way to improve your game. The same goes for if your goal is to hit the target further.

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How can I make golf a good sport?

No, golf is not bad for you. It’s actually very healthy. Studies have shown that golfers live longer than those who don’t play. Golfers also have a tendency to be happier because they are less stressed.

How can you improve your golf game in a matter of hours?

Your best bet for improving your golf game is to practice 20 minutes per days, three times a weeks. Consistent practice is key to playing well at tournaments. Practice makes perfect!

Is it possible to be better by watching pros play?

Watching pro players play makes you better at video games. Learning from the mistakes of other players can help you improve your game. Watching professional gamers also gives you inspiration to become a better player yourself.

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How can I make money playing the game of golf?

Absolutely! You have many options to make extra money as a professional golfer. You could teach lessons, sell merchandise, host tournaments or even participate in celebrity events.

How can I reduce my golf score by five strokes

The first thing you must do is to improve your swing mechanics. You probably know how to hold the club correctly, but if you don’t feel comfortable swinging the club properly, you won’t get the proper feedback from your body. Once you’ve mastered the step, you should work to improve your strength as well as flexibility. Start off slowly, working up to longer distances. As you progress towards higher scores, your game will become more consistent.

Statistics

  • Shot Scope’s mapping data reveals 72% of danger is at the front of the green (sand or water), whereas there’s only 28% behind. (todaysgolfer.co.uk)
  • This means as much as 50% of your practice time. (practical-golf.com)
  • According to Shot Scope’s database of more than 30 million shots, 80% of missed greens are missed short. (todaysgolfer.co.uk)
  • If you have 14 attempts and convert as little as 50% of them into Pars – you can double bogey the remaining 4 holes and still shoot 87 for your round. (golfmadesimple.com)
  • Or that, on the greens, some 84% of putts over five feet also finish short of the hole? (todaysgolfer.co.uk)

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How To

How can your home game improve?

You can practice wherever you are!

Any type of equipment can be used, from a simple putter to an entire set of clubs. There are many online options for training your golf skills, such as swing analyzers, putting trainers, and virtual reality systems.

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Practice regularly is the best way for you to improve your work golf game. Find a course close to your home or workplace to practice. This allows you the freedom to practice whenever you want without having to worry about finding someone to partner you or waiting until you get back home.

Practice makes perfect, so if you don’t play often enough, try practicing once a week or every two weeks. If you play regularly, you might consider playing twice a year or once per month. You don’t have to practice for hours; it doesn’t make a difference how frequently you practice.

You should ensure that the new club fits properly before you purchase it. Unfitting clubs can cause injury or damage to your favorite club. Before you buy anything, make sure to read reviews. Take a look at the grip size that you prefer.

Always warm up properly before hitting a ball. You might not be able to determine how much force you should use when you first begin playing. Warming up can help you determine how hard you should hit the ball in order to reach certain distances.

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