PAIGE SPIRANAC went make-up free to dish out a “life lesson”.
The glamorous golf influencer swapped crop tops for top tips as she took the rare step of dressing down for social media.
Paige Spiranac suggested she is happier than ever now she is her true self
The American is normally snapped in more glamorous attire
Paige says she no longer worries about people judging her
The ex-pro is often whipping up debate by challenging what she believes are fuddy-duddy attitudes to the sport.
But this time she was just stirring a bowl in a kitchen during a homely update to her Instagram story.
The look suited the occasion for her monologue on “being yourself” – including “not giving a sh*t what anyone thinks about you”.
Having recently posed in lingerie for a Valentine’s Day and recreated a famous Will Ferrell scene from Anchorman, the American certainly seems happy to go with whichever flow she fancies.
And this time she told of her response to being told by a few fellow players she was bad for the image of golf.
Paige revealed she’s sometimes told “she’s really cool, a decent player but she’s not a good ambassador for the game”.
And from those encounters she delivered a “really good life lesson for everyone”.
The 29-year-old, who was named the ‘Sexiest Woman Alive’ by Maxim last June, believes she is now better off ignoring the views of others.
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Paige said: “It just shows you can be friendly to someone. You can do everything that you think is right. But there will be people out there who just don’t like you.
“So you might as well just start living your life the way that you want to live it.
“And I think in my career, and the way I’ve changed so much, since I’ve stopped living for everyone else, and doing what I wanted to do, I’m significantly happier.
“Of course people are going to hate, no matter what, but I’d rather have them hate on me when I’m having fun and doing things I want to do rather than trying to please them and still get hated for it.
“You might as well just don’t give a sh*t what anyone thinks about you and do what you want to do and be much better, in a much happier place.”
And that’s a home truth many will agree with.
The social media celebrity says even if you are friendly you still won’t be liked by everyone, so why not be yourself
Paige looked relaxed as she explained how attitudes towards her in the golfing world helped teach her an important lesson
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I play golf?
Golf is good for your health. It’s actually very healthy. Studies have shown that golfers live longer than those who don’t play. Golfers are also less stressed, which makes them happier.
What is the most important shot in golf?
The most important shot a golfer can make is the putt. It takes so much skill and precision to hit the ball correctly, that you are likely to lose the hole (and the game).
Is watching golf a way to improve your game?
Yes, it helps me!
Golf is a very popular sport. This sport involves striking a ball towards a target at different distances using sticks, clubs, and so on. It’s an excellent way to have fun and spend time outdoors. But did you know that there are many benefits of playing golf? These are just a few of the many benefits that golf can bring to your life.
- Golf helps you get fit
- Playing golf makes you feel good
- You don’t have to think too much while playing
- You learn patience by playing golf
- Inspiration comes from watching golf
- Golf is fun
- It is very easy to learn how to play golf
- Golf is more expensive than other sporting activities
- Golf is an excellent stress-relieving activity
- Golf is a social activity
How do I improve my golf score?
Improve your golf game quickly and easily with these simple tips.
- Practice more, play less. Practice more to become better at your chosen skill. If you play too much, it can lead to bad habits.
- Feel good. There are days when you just don’t feel like playing. You shouldn’t be forced to do things that you don’t like. Instead, look for ways to make golf more enjoyable.
- Take breaks. Golfers will often take breaks during a round to stretch, walk around and eat lunch. Breaks allow your body to relax, and help you stay focused during the round.
- Drink water! It is easy for people to lose track of the number of drinks they have had while out on the courses. Drink enough water to ensure you don’t become dehydrated. It will keep you feeling hydrated before, during, & after your game.
- Healthy eating is key. Healthy foods like fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, whole grains, low-fat dairy products, and legumes will provide energy that will help you perform well on the course.
- Keep hydrated. The best way to stay hydrated is to drink lots of water. It is recommended that you drink eight glasses of fluids per day. This includes water that is made from beverages, such as coffee, as well plain water.
- Properly warm up. Warm up for the round by moving or running for five minutes. You should then be flexible and agile.
- 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, you should focus on the hole.
- Swing with proper form. Proper form may mean different things to different people. But you should try to avoid swinging at your target. Instead, aim to strike the ball at the center of your target.
- Keep your eyes 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. For example, if you have trouble keeping your hands still, then focus on relaxing your grip. If you have trouble maintaining balance, focus on your posture.
How can I improve my playing ability in just a few hours?
The best way to improve your golf game overnight is to practice for 20 minutes per day, three times a week. Consistent practice is key to playing well at tournaments. Practice makes perfect!
Do I really need to be a member of a golf course in order to play golf?
A membership to the golf course is not required. A membership gives you access to the entire course, including the driving ranges and putting greens.
- 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)
- 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)
- 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)
- The blade aim at impact controls 92% of the ball’s start line, so prioritise face aim as a place to start (todaysgolfer.co.uk)
- Stats reveal 96% of golfers play right-handed. (todaysgolfer.co.uk)
How can you improve your golf game at home?
You can practice anytime anywhere!
You can use any type of equipment you want, from a simple putter to a full set of clubs. There are many options for golf training devices online. These include putting trainers and swing analyzers.
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 to practice whenever you feel like it without having to worry about finding a partner or waiting until you get home.
Practice makes perfect so if your practice isn’t enough, you can try practicing once per week or every two weeks. If you play often, try playing twice per month or every other month. It doesn’t really matter how much time you spend practicing, just ensure that you continue to practice.
When you are looking to purchase a new golf clubs, ensure it fits correctly. You could inflict injury on yourself or cause damage to your favorite golf club. Make sure you check out reviews before buying anything. Consider what size grip you prefer.
Be sure to warm up before hitting your ball. At first, it might be difficult to know how much force should you apply when swinging the club. Warming up helps you learn how strong you need to hit the ball to achieve certain distances.