For some time, trolls have been on golf influencer Paige Spiranac’s case on why she doesn’t show ‘back view’ and she’s got some explanations to trolls. She hopped on Instagram and let trolls know that she doesn’t show back view because she’s got no ass.
Paige Spiranac posted a video of herself showing back view with the caption:
“People think I don’t show my shots from the back view because I suck but really it’s because I have no ass and a shitty take away👍🏻”.
Now, y’all know the reason she doesn’t show back view, right? She’s got little booty.
If you are unfamiliar with Paige.
Paige Renee Spiranac is an American YouTube golf instructor with over 260,000 subscribers and 145 instructional videos, social media personality with 3.2 million Instagram followers, and former professional golfer. She played Division 1 college golf at both the University of Arizona and San Diego State University, winning All-Mountain West Conference honors during the 2012–13 and 2013–14 seasons, and leading the Aztecs to their first Mountain West Conference Championship in 2015.
Spiranac has been featured in magazines such as the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition and Golf Digest. She began writing a monthly column in Golf Magazine, with the December 2018 issue.
In 2017, Spiranac signed with Parsons Xtreme Golf (PXG) to represent its golf clubs in social media and television ads. That year, she also became a brand ambassador for 18Birdies to help market its golf app nationwide. She also has signed deals with Mizzen + Main and Philip Stein Watches.
In 2021, Spiranac joined PointsBet, a global sportsbook operator, as a brand ambassador and on-air personality. According to the official announcement, she also took an equity stake in the company and became a “significant” shareholder.
Spiranac’s self-promotion has received criticism for “sexualizing women’s golf”. Spiranac sought to use the exposure to promote her anti-bullying campaign and continue to fight for a woman’s right to feel comfortable in her own skin.
The LPGA Tour introduced a stricter dress code in July 2017, restricting plunging necklines, leggings, and short skirts. This triggered immediate criticism, characterized by the Fox Sports headline “LPGA slammed for ‘slut-shaming’ its own players after new dress code restrictions revealed”. Spiranac spoke against it in a Fortune magazine op-ed piece, “The Progression of Women’s Golf Is Plunging Further than Our Necklines”, which appeared just days after the LPGA announcement.
In February 2020, Spiranac started a podcast called Playing-A-Round with Paige Renee. The premiere episode, entitled “Teeing Off”, was released on February 7, 2020.
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