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Paige Spiranac on why she NEVER dates pro golfers and what makes them ‘worst’ sports stars to go out with

, Paige Spiranac on why she NEVER dates pro golfers and what makes them ‘worst’ sports stars to go out with

PAIGE SPIRANAC revealed that pro golfers are the ‘worst’ athletes to date.

And, although a former golfer herself, she prefers ‘douchebag’ hockey players.

Paige Spiranac is very popular on social media

Paige has amassed more than three million Instagram followers

Speaking on her Playing-A-Round podcast last year, she told guest Amanda Rose: “I am very anti-golf professionals.

“I think the golf pros are the worst people to date out of all of the sports – they are by far the worst! By far the worst.”

She then revealed: “Hockey players are my favourite, I would say.

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“They’re the most fun and they’re also upfront about being douchebags and so that’s the best part.

“I think what I have a problem with the baseball players and the golfers is that they pretend to be these good old Christian boys and then they’re doing the same things that other athletes are doing.

“And I’m like ‘You can’t say that and pretend to be this person, and especially publicly be this person and then behind the scenes be worse than all of the other athletes out there.’

“You can’t do that! That’s my problem with professional golfers.

“I just feel like they have this complex of being like gods and they think that.

“And it might be the fact that they grew up in country clubs and they’ve always had people cater to them, do everything for them.”

Spiranac, who has over three million Instagram followers, has been trolled in the past for sharing racy snaps.

But this year she was named ‘Sexiest Woman Alive’ by Maxim magazine.

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The 29-year-old hit back: “No one will ever take you seriously if you keep posting pictures with cleavage.’

“So here’s to continuing doing what I want
, Paige Spiranac on why she NEVER dates pro golfers and what makes them ‘worst’ sports stars to go out with .

“I made some towels with this image and other prints inspired by The Masters!

“Link in bio if you want to buy or for the haters to dry their tears with.”

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, Paige Spiranac on why she NEVER dates pro golfers and what makes them ‘worst’ sports stars to go out with
Paige dazzled in her racy green jacket

Frequently Asked Questions

Does watching golf improve your game?

Yes, it does improve my game!

One of the most popular and loved sports is golf. This sport involves striking a ball towards a target at different distances using sticks, clubs, and so on. It’s a great sport to enjoy relaxing and spending quality time outdoors. Did you know there are so many benefits to playing golf? Here are some:

  • Golf helps you get fit
  • Playing golf makes you feel good
  • When playing you don’t have too much to think about
  • Playing golf teaches you patience
  • Inspiration can be found in watching golf
  • Golf is a lot of fun
  • Golf is easy to learn
  • Golf is less expensive than other sports
  • Golf is an excellent stress reliever
  • Golf is a social activity

Is it possible to be better by watching pros play?

Watching pro players play makes you better at video games. You can improve your game by studying how other players play, and learning from their mistakes. It is also a great way to get inspired by professional gamers and learn how you can improve your game.

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What is the average scoring for weekend golfers?

An average score of a beginner golfer is about 100. As you get better at golf, your scores improve. You’ll start with 9 holes. Then you will work your way up.

Are there any reasons to have a membership at a golf club?

No, you don’t need a golf course membership. But, you do have access to all the amenities at the course like the driving ranges, the putting greens, or the locker rooms.

Can I make a living playing golf?

Absolutely! As a professional golfer, there are many ways to make additional income. You could teach lessons, sell merchandise, host tournaments or even participate in celebrity events.

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How can I improve golf scores?

These tips can help you improve your golf game quickly.

  1. Practice more, play less. You can improve your skills by practicing more. If you play too much, it can lead to bad habits.
  2. Feel good. Sometimes you don’t feel like golf. Do not force yourself to do something you don’t enjoy. Instead, look for ways to make golf more enjoyable.
  3. Take breaks. Golfers like to take breaks during rounds to stretch, walk around, have lunch or just relax. Breaks allow your body to relax, and help you stay focused during the round.
  4. Drink water It’s easy for you to lose count of how many beverages you’ve consumed while on the golf course. You should drink enough water to avoid becoming dehydrated. Drinking plenty of water before, during, and after your game will help keep you feeling refreshed and ready to hit those greens.
  5. Make sure you eat right. You will be able to do well on the course if you eat healthy foods, such as fruits, vegetables and lean protein.
  6. Stay hydrated. Water is your best friend. Aim to drink at least eight glasses per day. This includes water from beverages (such as coffee), as well as plain water.
  7. Warm up properly. Warm up for five minutes by walking, jogging or running before hitting your first shot. You should then be flexible and agile.
  8. Keep your head down. It is important to look straight ahead when you tee up. It’s important to not focus on the ball or watch where it falls. Instead, keep your eyes on the hole.
  9. You should always wear proper form when you’re dancing. Different people may interpret proper form in different ways. But, generally speaking, you want to avoid swinging through your target. Instead, you should aim to strike the ball in the center of the club face.
  10. The process is what matters. You can improve your golf swing by focusing on the process. To put it another way, if your hands are not still, you can try relaxing your grip. If you have trouble maintaining balance, focus on your posture.

Statistics

  • According to Shot Scope’s database of more than 30 million shots, 80% of missed greens are missed short. (todaysgolfer.co.uk)
  • By adding 10 more yards to all their golf shots amateurs will increase the percentage of greens they hit by 8 – 10%. (golfinsideruk.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)
  • Stats reveal 96% of golfers play right-handed. (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)

External Links

collegeofgolf.keiseruniversity.edu

golfdigest.com

blog.trackmangolf.com

troy.golf

How To

Five Steps to Lower your Golf Scores

  1. Get the right equipment. You’re going to want to invest in some good clubs and balls. You can learn how to play golf by taking lessons. Ask around at your local driving range if you don’t know anyone who plays. They may even give you an instructor’s lesson for free if they like to see new faces.
  2. Practice makes perfect. This goes without saying, but if you really want to improve your game, you’ll need to practice. You don’t have to play with friends or alone; practice is vital. And when you do start practicing, make sure you keep track of your progress. Keep track of everything you do to see where you are improving and where you need more work.
  3. Play more. It’s likely that you will feel overwhelmed when you start golfing. You won’t be able to go out as often because you are spending too much on equipment. But once you get into a groove, you’ll realize that you actually enjoy it quite a bit. So the next step is to increase your frequency of play. Try to play three or more times per week (or every day). This means that you should play one round of 18 holes on the weekend and two rounds 9 holes during week.
  4. Be sure to eat right. Many people think that they are doing their body a favor by not eating breakfast or having lunch after work. This isn’t good for your health. Instead, try to eat something before you leave the house. You should ideally eat small snacks that contain protein, carbohydrates, fat, and fiber. A light meal containing lean proteins and vegetables can be prepared when you arrive at your course.
  5. Drink plenty of water. Drinking lots of fluids helps prevent dehydration, which can lead to headaches and muscle aches. Additionally, water helps to keep your body hydrated which is essential for peak performance.

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