In case haters run out of Kleenex, Paige Spiranac has another option.
Taking to Instagram on Wednesday, the golfer-turned-podcaster cheekily responded to criticism about her social media content by posing in a Masters-like green jacket with no top underneath.
“‘No one will ever take you seriously if you keep posting pictures with cleavage.’ So here’s to continuing doing what I want,” Spiranac captioned the post.
“I made some towels with this image and other prints inspired by The Masters! Link in bio if you want to buy or for the haters to dry their tears with,” she continued.
The towels are currently available for $24.95 and boast the message, “Can I get an Amen” in reference to Augusta’s famed “Amen Corner.”
Unsurprisingly, Spiranac’s latest post was instantly flooded with “fire” emojis.
“Beautiful picture,” Holly Sonders commented.
“Daaannnnggg girl!! 🔥🔥❤️,” LPGA player Jaye Marie Green replied.
Spiranac’s wardrobe has long been a hot topic in the golf community. Last March, the 28-year-old spoke candidly about trying to find her place among peers.
“I’m not refined, I’m raw and real and I wear what I want and I have always been so different and golf is not that way,” Spiranac said on her “Playing A Round” podcast.
Spiranac also recalled how she wanted to assist a charity, but was allegedly shot down because of her reputation.
“I wanted to help this charity out and I wanted to give them free golf clubs,” she said at the time. “The guy wrote back and said, ‘We would love to but, because of the way our board members view you, you can’t help out.’
“I want to give back to these kids who don’t have anything, because I grew up not having anything, and I can’t even f–king do that because of my cleavage.”
Recently, Spiranac opened up about her wardrobe strategy, detailing her looks on days when she shoots content versus others.
“I think it was because the first day I didn’t have to do any content, and so we started to have content back-to-back, and so, I even told you too, I was like, I need to know when we’re filming because I dress very differently, present myself very differently when I am just doing a normal Zoom meeting with colleagues compared to when we’re shooting content,” Spiranac said in February.