Instagram golf star Paige Spiranac said her boobs are too big for the Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour dress code.
“Take the vague banning of ‘plunging necklines,'” she wrote.
“What constitutes a plunging neckline? Most likely, this edict was put into place to eliminate the presence of cleavage.
I love golf. I love the golf swing. I love learning everything I can about the game. I love practicing. I don’t love competing and that’s a fight I’ve been dealing with the last few years. People think that “making it” is just about ability but there’s so much more to it. Especially with golf, being mentally strong is 90% of the game. Last year I was beat up mentally and was dealing with more than anyone could imagine behind closed doors. It took a toll on me and I started to hate this game I love so dearly. I played around 20 tournaments, made money in all but 2 and got a win as my first year as a pro. However I hated every second of it and was having breakdowns because of all the harassment, death threats, and other problems I wish to keep private. This year I have taken some time off from competing to focus on myself and my passions which is being an ambassador for cyberbullying, doing clinics for young girls and boys, and creating fun videos to hopefully help grow the game. Within this time I’ve been grinding on my swing and fitness and it’s by far the best my swing as felt ever. I appreciate all the support and thank you for following my journey! I always try to be as honest as possible about what I’m going through in hopes I can help others but also show that no matter how perfect or easy someone’s life might appear on social media that we are all dealing with our own personal battles. Again thank you for following and always making my day better with every positive comment☺️😘❤️
“In that case, a curvier, fuller-figured woman would be chided and fined far more often than a woman with a smaller bust,” she complained of the LPGA Tour, of which she is not a part.
“In a world where women are continually and unwantedly sexualized, this new rule serves as yet another reason for women to feel ashamed of their bodies,” she said.
For a woman complaining about being “unwantedly sexualized” she posts her fair share of racy photos and videos on Instagram..
I was going back and forth if I should post this because it’s “too sexy” and I was worried I would be called all types of mean names. And then I realized that I’m proud of my body, who I am, and I’m confident in my skin. Last year I was so worried about everyone’s opinion of myself but this year I’m going to do what makes me happy. What I wear does not define who I am, my playing ability, or my morals. I know I will never be everyone’s cup of tea but I want to stay true to myself. I’m finally confident in my own skin and proud of the person I’ve become. I’m allowed to be sexy, smart, successful, and strong. #happy #confidenceissexy #loveyourbody #loveyourself #positivevibes
“I may not go down in history as the best female golfer to ever play, however my intent is to do whatever I can to grow the game,” she said.
Lexi Thompson was another female golfer who spoke out about the dress code changes.
But she did so in a tongue-in-cheek Instagram picture sharing her “new LPGA dress code compliant outfit .”
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