The influencer craves wearing leotards and tank-tops when she shows off her high pins out on the course.
Paige Spiranac has ruffled the feathers of the golfing establishment with her views on attire out on the courseAnd she put a wedge between herself and fuddy-duddy traditionalists by arguing that golfers should dress more like other athletes.
Almost 4 million fans love Paige making the maximum effort to impress with minimal clothing on Instagram.And the social media sensation believes glamorous women are unfairly treated compared to their male counterparts in sport.Earlier this summer she singled out the positive reaction to a baseball team who went shirt-less – in contrast to criticism she sometimes receiveThe Savannah Party Animals ditched their tops in favour of just cowboy hats at the Oklahoma City Dodgers stadium.Now Paige has blasted the “hypocrisy” over clothing in an outburst as colourful as her outfits.
In particular, the ex-pro golfer would prefer to dress more like she did as a junior gymnast.She told Sports Illustrated: “I was so comfortable wearing spandex and very little of it because that’s just what you wear when you’re wearing a leotard and you’re competing”When I switched into golf, we were struggling a little bit financially and so I didn’t have the luxury to go out and buy a whole new golf-appropriate wardrobe.
“So I wore what was in my closet which was work-out clothes. That’s just how I learned to play the game.”Slamming the attitude of the golfing establishment, she added: “They’ll have really intense discussions over if they should wear shorts or pants or a blade collar or a real collar.”I’m just out here just in tank tops or spandex and people are like ‘What are you doing?’ But I love it.”
Paige is consoled by golf possibly edging towards her way of thinking – with players on the controversial LIV tour allowed to wear shorts.She added: “That was always my mindset when I got into golf, and it really rubs people the wrong way which is shocking.Paige is consoled by golf possibly edging towards her way of thinking – with players on the controversial LIV tour allowed to wear shorts.She added: “That was always my mindset when I got into golf, and it really rubs people the wrong way which is shocking.“But we’re starting to see that change and fashion is a big part of growing the game and it’s moving in the right direction.”