Golfer and model Paige Spiranac might be known for her incredible swing, but her stunning looks have gotten her plenty of fans.
On Thursday, Spiranac posted a photo of herself from the golf course wearing a gorgeous one-piece catsuit that perfectly showed off her hourglass figure.
In addition to the pic, she also announced that three lucky followers would get the chance to join her for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
“Want to play a round of golf with me? Now you can! Don’t forget you only have until February 7th to enter the contest! All you have to do is follow @pointsbetusa and that’s it! Picking 3 winners! See you on the course,” she captioned the photos.
Even though she hasn’t entered a tournament since 2016, Spiranac continues to work on her golf swing, uploading videos of her practicing nearly every week.
She continues to prove herself as a force to be reckoned with from a social media perspective, evident in her millions of Instagram followers.
Paige Spiranac Opens Up About Body Shaming
However, Spiranac has not been without criticism. Over the years, she’s faced a backlash in the golf world because of how she looked.
During her podcast, “Playing A Round,” Spiranac opened up about the difficulty she endured trying to fit in.
“It’s like my whole life I’m trying to find a place where I can fit in and that I feel comfortable and that I feel at peace with myself, and I haven’t found that,” she said. “Golf is the absolute worst place for me to be because I am the exact opposite of everything that a golfer should encompass, should be, and I’m not.”
Spiranac also discussed a time in her life when board members denied letting her help out a charity due to her looks.
“I want to give back to these kids who don’t have anything, because I grew up not having anything, and I can’t even f—ing do that because of my cleavage. We bond over having a common interest and we all love the same thing — I don’t understand why it matters if you’re wearing a polo (shirt) and I’m not wearing a polo. If a guy on tour wears shorts instead of pants, the world’s not going to end. In golf, people make all of these problems so serious and it’s not serious.”