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Paige Spiranac Takes Shot At The Critics Of Her Golf Outfits

Golfer Paige Spiranac had a blunt message for the critics of the outfits she wears on the course.

The Instagram superstar posted a photo of herself late Friday and included a caption that took direct aim at those who disagree with what she chooses to wear.

She wrote the following:

I’ve been pretty outspoken about dress code on the golf course, but I feel like some of you think I want change just so I can show off my cleavage for attention haha However there are actual reasons why! Growing up I was forced to wear my mom’s golf clothes because there weren’t any other options for me. As a 13 year old I never felt comfortable in what I was wearing, which made me feel very self-conscious and unconfident. Whenever I would try to wear a skirt, or what I thought was a cute top, I’d often get yelled at and told to change by people at the course.

As a young girl these experiences almost made me want to quit, not just because I couldn’t wear cute clothes, but because of how I was treated and humiliated by all these guys when I was just 13. Luckily I have great parents who helped me through these embarrassing and rude experiences, but not everyone is that fortunate.

And not everyone can afford a completely separate golf wardrobe. I never want anyone else to feel the way I did or be treated the way I was treated. I believe to grow the game, you need to allow people to express themselves on the course – not only young people who are just figuring out who they are, but anyone, at any age – because no one wants or deserves to be shamed for what they like to wear or how they look in their clothes.

 

I've been pretty outspoken about dress code on the golf course, but I feel like some of you think I want change just so I can show off my cleavage for attention haha However there are actual reasons why! Growing up I was forced to wear my mom's golf clothes because there weren't any other options for me. As a 13 year old I never felt comfortable in what I was wearing, which made me feel very self-conscious and unconfident. Whenever I would try to wear a skirt, or what I thought was a cute top, I’d often get yelled at and told to change by people at the course. As a young girl these experiences almost made me want to quit, not just because I couldn't wear cute clothes, but because of how I was treated and humiliated by all these guys when I was just 13. Luckily I have great parents who helped me through these embarrassing and rude experiences, but not everyone is that fortunate. And not everyone can afford a completely separate golf wardrobe. I never want anyone else to feel the way I did or be treated the way I was treated. I believe to grow the game, you need to allow people to express themselves on the course – not only young people who are just figuring out who they are, but anyone, at any age – because no one wants or deserves to be shamed for what they like to wear or how they look in their clothes.

Публикация от Paige Spiranac (@_paige.renee)


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