PAIGE SPIRANAC has blasted hypocritical influencers who slammed her for “oversexualising” then “did the exact same thing” themselves.
The 30-year-old has risen to fame in recent years via her social media presence, having previously played golf professionally.
Paige Spiranac says she has ‘paved the path’ for her fellow influencers
The beautiful star quit playing pro golf in 2016
Nicole Gerome is one of those that have followed her in the golf influencer space
Spiranac says that she has not forgotten the hate she got when embarking on her new venture
In the wake of Paige‘s success, she has been followed by the likes of Grace Charis, Waiyi Chan, Nicole Gerome and Lauren Pacheco in the golf influencer space.
She has previously thrown shade at her “copycat” golf influencer rivals.
Paige appeared on “Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre” to discuss whether there is a community of influencers or if the scene was more of a “mean girls” situation.
And she clearly has not forgotten the grief she got after quitting golf for her new career.
She said: “I stick to myself. I’m very introverted. I just kind of keep my head down, do my work, and get done with it. But if any of the young girls reach out to me I am more than willing to give advice.
“I think I’m a little bit more guarded because of all of the hate that I have received from women in the industry, so I’m kind of hesitant to reach out or want to collaborate because I’ve been burned in the past, but if any of them reach out I’m always willing to lend a helping hand.”
Talking about the criticism she faced, Paige added: “When I first got into the industry and when I was trying to play professionally a lot of the LPGA players did not like me and were very outspoken towards that.
“And as well as a lot of influencers who came up behind me, they were saying that they didn’t want to take the path that I was taking, they weren’t going to ‘oversexualize’ themselves, and they turned around and do the exact same thing.
“Sometimes there’s just not a level of respect for everything that I’ve been through.
“And if I didn’t do this then they wouldn’t even be doing this now.
“They wouldn’t even have a job without all the hardships that I’ve faced and the path I paved for them.”
Paige has now blasted all of the hypocrites who slammed her for ‘oversexualising’
She has attracted a huge following on social media since retiring from golf
Paige regularly entertains her followers with her sexy snaps
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you find watching golf helps improve your game.
Yes, it helps me!
Golf is a very popular sport. Golf involves hitting the ball at a target with different distances using clubs, sticks, and other tools. It’s a great way to relax and spend some quality time outdoors. There are many benefits to golf. Here are some:
- Golf helps you get fit
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- Golf teaches patience
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- Golf is fun
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- Golf is more expensive than other sporting activities
- Golf is an excellent stress-relieving activity
- Golf is a social activity
What is the average score for a weekend player?
A beginner’s average score on the golf course is around 100. As you get better at golf, your scores improve. You’ll probably start out playing 9 holes and work up to 18.
Do you find watching professional players makes you better?
Watching pro players play makes you better at video games. Learning from the mistakes of other players can help you improve your game. It is also a great way to get inspired by professional gamers and learn how you can improve your game.
Is it possible for a professional golfer to make money?
Yes, you can make money as a professional golfer. It requires dedication and hard work. There are professionals who make millions of dollar each year.
How can my golf game be improved overnight?
The best way to improve your golf game overnight is to practice for 20 minutes per day, three times a week. You must practice consistently if you want to perform well in any tournament. Practice makes perfect!
How can I make money playing the game of golf?
Absolutely! You have many options to make extra money as a professional golfer. You can teach, sell merchandise, organize tournaments, and even be a celebrity.
- This means as much as 50% of your practice time. (practical-golf.com)
- Stats reveal 96% of golfers play right-handed. (todaysgolfer.co.uk)
- Trackman found that over 65% of amateur’s golf shots finish short of the target from 160 yards. (golfinsideruk.com)
- Or that, on the greens, some 84% of putts over five feet also finish short of the hole? (todaysgolfer.co.uk)
- 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)
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Five Simple Steps to Lower Your Golf Scores
- Get the right equipment. Good clubs and balls will be your best investment. Learn how to golf from a professional. Ask around at the local driving school if there isn’t anyone you know who plays. They may give you a lesson free of charge just for seeing new faces.
- Practice makes perfect. This is obvious, but practicing is the best way to improve your game. It doesn’t matter whether you’re playing alone or with friends; practicing is essential. And when you do start practicing, make sure you keep track of your progress. Write down everything you do so that you can see where you’re improving and where you still need work.
- Play more. It may feel overwhelming to start out golfing. But once you get in a rhythm, you’ll find that you actually enjoy it. Your next step is increasing your play frequency. Try to play three times per week (or every other day). You should aim to play at least one round of 18 holes per week and two rounds (9 holes) each week.
- Eat well. Many people think they are doing their bodies a favour by eating after lunch and skipping breakfast. This is not healthy. Instead, make sure you eat something before going out. You should ideally eat small snacks that contain protein, carbohydrates, fat, and fiber. You can also have a light meal made up of lean proteins, vegetables, and other healthy foods when you get there.
- Keep hydrated. Hydration can cause muscle pains and headaches, so drink plenty of fluids. Water is vital for optimal performance.