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Paige Spiranac calls out fat-shaming messages as she says she had to ‘delete so many comments’ on Instagram video

, Paige Spiranac calls out fat-shaming messages as she says she had to ‘delete so many comments’ on Instagram video

PAIGE SPIRANAC has called out trolls leaving fat-shaming messages on her Instagram.

The golfer has complained about having to “delete so many comments” as she urged people to be mindful of their words.

Paige Spiranac has a huge social reach with the golfer boasting millions of social media followers

The golfer had some strong words for her trolls on Instagram

Spiranac has an incredible 3.6 million followers on Instagram but was left unhappy by the comments left on her most recent video.

The clip shows the star in a pink short onesie on the fairway as she prepares to hit a ball into the distance.

The video is only short but attracted some nasty posts from some of her followers.

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Spiranac made clear where she stood on the trolls.

She wrote on an Instagram post: “Honestly, the amount of men calling me ‘fat’ on this post is next level lol.

“I’ve had to delete so many comments which I almost never do.

“I know my body is a big part of my brand and that comes with a territory, but it’s hard to maintain my ideal weight all the time for year after year. 

 “I have to work very hard in the gym and with diet. It doesn’t come naturally to me. It can be defeating when people call out my body insecurities.

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“Would love to start sharing more of my fitness plan and what I eat with you all because I’m sure a lot of you feel a similar body pressure. I used to work out to look good, but now I’m trying to work out to feel food.

“Changing my mentality around working out to make it a more positive experience.”

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Despite the negative comments, Spiranac remains a very popular golfer with a huge fanbase.

It was revealed in July that she was paid more per Instagram post than huge names such as Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy.

It’s the latest good news for the 29-year-old who earlier this year was named the sexiest woman alive.

But the American is being rivalled by new golf players looking to match her glamorous image and huge online reach.

, Paige Spiranac calls out fat-shaming messages as she says she had to ‘delete so many comments’ on Instagram video
Spiranac was named the sexiest woman alive earlier this year

, Paige Spiranac calls out fat-shaming messages as she says she had to ‘delete so many comments’ on Instagram video
The golfer took aim at those who left fat-shaming comments on her Instagram video

, Paige Spiranac calls out fat-shaming messages as she says she had to ‘delete so many comments’ on Instagram video
The golf star often shares snaps and videos with fans

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I improve my game of golf?

These tips can help you improve your golf game quickly.

  1. Practice more and play less. Practice more if you want to improve at something. If you play too much, it can lead to bad habits.
  2. When you feel good, play. Sometimes you don’t feel like golf. Don’t force you to do things that are not enjoyable. Instead, find ways you can make golf fun again.
  3. Take breaks. Golfers like to take breaks during rounds to stretch, walk around, have lunch or just relax. Taking breaks allows your body to relax and helps you stay focused throughout the round.
  4. Drink water It is easy to forget how many drinks you have consumed while on the course. You should drink enough water to avoid becoming dehydrated. You will feel refreshed and ready for your next round of golf if you drink plenty of water before, throughout, and after the game.
  5. Make sure you eat right. Eat healthy foods such fruits, vegetables, lean meat, whole grains and low-fat dairy products to give you energy, so you can perform well at the course.
  6. Hydration is key. The best way to stay hydrated is to drink lots of water. You should try drinking at least eight glasses of water per day. This includes water from beverages (such as coffee), as well as plain water.
  7. Make sure to warm up. Warm up for the round by moving or running for five minutes. Focus on becoming loose and limber.
  8. Keep your head down. It is important to look straight ahead when you tee up. Avoid looking at the ball or watching where it lands. Instead, keep your eyes on the hole.
  9. Good form is essential for a good swing. Different people may interpret proper form in different ways. You should avoid hitting your target with your swing. You should instead aim to hit the ball in the middle of the club face.
  10. Concentrate on the process. Focusing on the process is key to developing a golf swing that is successful. There are many factors that can contribute to a good swing. You can relax your grip if your hands are slipping. If balance is difficult for you, then work on improving your posture.

How can I instantly improve my game of golf?

Practice 20 minutes per session, three times per week, to improve your ability to play golf. Consistent practice is key to playing well at tournaments. Practice makes perfect!

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What’s the average score for a golfer?

The average golfer can shoot 80-85 yards along with their driver.

Is it possible to be better by watching pros play?

Watching pro players play makes you better at video games. Learn from other players’ mistakes and improve your game. Being inspired by the best players can help you become a better player.

How do I lower my golf score by 5 strokes?

Improve your swing mechanics is the first thing that you should do. 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 this step, you’ll want to focus on improving your strength and flexibility. Begin slow and work your way up to faster distances. As you progress towards higher scores, your game will become more consistent.

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Can I make a living playing golf?

Absolutely! As a professional golfer, there are many ways to make additional income. You can teach, sell merchandise, organize tournaments, and even be a celebrity.

Statistics

  • Stats reveal 96% of golfers play right-handed. (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)
  • 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)
  • However, if you go in thinking that you will get all the way down to a 10, you will likely stunt your progress because your expectations are way out of line. (practical-golf.com)
  • Or that, on the greens, some 84% of putts over five feet also finish short of the hole? (todaysgolfer.co.uk)

External Links

shotscope.com

nicklaus.com

blog.trackmangolf.com

troy.golf

How To

How can I improve the putting skills of my children?

There are many ways to improve your puttering skills. You should first get good instruction from someone who is experienced. We have a guide on how to find golf instructors if you don’t know anyone willing to give lessons. If you find someone you like, you can ask them if private lessons are available. To avoid conflicts between lessons, you’ll need to review their schedule.

These shops offer pro-shops where you can rent golf clubs: Golf Galaxy Pro Shop, TaylorMade, Titleist and Callaway.

Next, you need to start practicing after receiving instruction. You have two options. One option is to purchase a set putters and use them to practice hitting balls into holes. This is great as you can choose between different types of putters (long, mid, and wedge), depending on which shots you’re most comfortable with. If you don’t spend enough money on equipment, it won’t take you long to get really good at putting.

You can also practice online by playing mini games. Some sites let you compete against players around the world, while others just allow you to practice your short game. There are many websites that allow you to play Putt-Putt. This is where you hit a ball into holes. TopGolf. StrokePlay. Wii Sports Club.

Once you’ve practiced enough, you can move onto the next phase of improving your putting game. You can then work on your technique. To do this, focus on three areas in your putting stroke: alignment, grip, and stance.

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Stance is how far back you are when you face the ball. A common mistake beginners make is standing too close to the ball. When you address the ball, you want to keep your body away from the ball until you begin moving forward. Your feet should not be more than shoulder width apart.

Your hands should be free and relaxed. You should not hold on to anything or clench your fists. Instead, you should place your hands on the top of your shoulders.

Your arms must be straight and not locked down. Throughout the entire putting stroke they should remain free.

Alignment refers simply to the angle at which your hips rotate while you swing through the shot. People tend to rotate their hips too often, which makes it difficult for them to align correctly. Your knees will bend slightly as you approach the shot. As you swing through the shot, your hips will turn toward the target.

Grip refers to how you position your fingers on the clubface. Many people struggle to grip the club properly. Your index finger should touch the bottom edge of your putt while your middle finger touches the top. Your ring should be placed on one side of the shaft. Your pinky finger should not be over the handle.

A new putter might be something you should consider. It’s true that not all putters work the same, but if you are having trouble with your current model, a new one might be able to help you improve your game.

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