Curvy golfer Paige Spiranac says her boobs are too big for the new LPGA dress code

Instagram golf star Paige Spiranac said her boobs are too big for the Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour dress code.

The sexy golfer, known for her beautiful appearance lashed out at the new, strict LPGA dress code in an op-ed she wrote for Fortune Magazine.

“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.

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“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.

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For a woman complaining about being “unwantedly sexualized” she posts her fair share of racy photos and videos on Instagram..

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“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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Got my new #LPGA dress code compliant ⛳️ outfit ready to go! ?#throwbackthursday #kidding #funny #joke

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