Paige Spiranac has managed to perfectly blend her two audiences once again with a new video on Instagram that shows followers two different ways to play a hole in golf.

The golf influencer was wearing an all-white outfit that showed plenty of cleavage when she played her shots, and was also very short on her legs.

The 30-year-old is a major name when it comes to golf influencers and that is why she has amassed over 3.8 million followers on Instagram.

The video will have been of interest to all of her followers, even the ones who are not actually interested in golf as a sport.

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Paige Spiranac’s golf career

The Colorado native played collegiate golf for San Diego State University where she helped lead the Aztecs to their first Mountain West Conference championship.

She opted not to pursue a career full-time in golf and that is why she is now an influencer instead.

“So many growing pains,” she said of the decision not to pursue a pro career on her Playing A Round With Paige podcast.

“I was burnt out of, I wouldn’t say golf, just dedicating my life to something and not really seeing the results. With gymnastics, it was hard because I was fighting injuries and then with golf – golf is such an interesting sport because you can work out, eat right, practice and still not achieve your goals. That was something for me that I just couldn’t wrap my head around.

“It also went against everything that my parents ever told me because I come from two athletes. They always said, ‘If you put the work in and you dedicate your life to something, you will be successful.’ But that just wasn’t happening with golf and I was driving myself crazy because I felt like I should be achieving at a much higher level…I had everything to be a world class golfer, but I just couldn’t put it together and I didn’t know why. It was driving me actually insane.”