Paige Spiranac Quotes
In the age of millennials, women's rights, and female empowerment, I hope my voice helps to encourage the next generation of great female athletes and golfers to possibly stop social injustices and prejudices from creeping into the game that I fell in love with at such a young age.
If you've never been fit for clubs, your game could seriously be suffering. People tend to stick to out-of-date, poorly fit clubs because they either don't see the benefit of a fitting or are intimidated by the process.
I'm not ashamed of my social media following, my Sports Illustrated swimsuit shoot, or the tough time I had in my LPGA debut, but these small facets of my life are easily manipulated by the Internet to get views, and they don't define me as a person.
I embrace who I am, and I embrace the fact that I feel empowered feeling sexy.
When it comes to the golf industry, I know that people see me as a gimmick.
For me, working with kids is one of my favorite ways to give back, and I refuse to let public opinion about whether I'm a 'winner' stop me from being a positive role model and mentor.
If someone is misrepresenting my playing career, I try to correct them. If they say something mean about me I'll let them know it hurts my feelings. But I've noticed that the best thing for me is to show love back to them and show positivity and by doing that you gain a fan.
I probably do more community service than any other professional golfer.
As my followers know, I'm always looking for ways to improve my game and have a little more fun on the course.
Different women feel empowered in different ways, and it's not right to tell someone what they can and cannot do.
I started playing golf after a broken knee led me to quit my career as an elite gymnast. It wasn't long before I became one of the world's top-ranked amateur players.
I literally post swing videos. Like, how is that interesting? But I've created such a following, and they're loyal fans. It's really cool to create a community around something I love, and that they love, too.
People seem to think I got where I am because of the clothes that I wear. That's unfair to me and unfair to all of my accomplishments.
I feel like everyone in golf is just playing this part of this perfect golfer when in reality it's nothing like that.
Every child thrives on encouragement, but beware of forcing it. I've seen too many family relationships crumble because of excessive ambition on the course or the range.
I always feel like an outcast... it's just always been very different to everyone else.
But one of my absolutely favorite things to do is go to comic book stores on the weekends. I'm a huge comic book nerd.
I'm introverted, and all my friends make fun of me because all I do is work out and play golf. I'm a grandma: stay in most nights and asleep by 9:30.
I'm really trying to do everything I can to bring golf to people who have never done it before, as well as just make golf fun and cool.
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