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Paige Spiranac says she hates working with men in sport

Paige Spiranac says she hates working with men in sport

Paige Spiranac has risen to fame through raunchy social media posts, but believes her work opportunities have been limited at the same time.

Paige Spiranac has revealed her issue with working with men following her recent rise to fame.

The glamour model has rocked the golf world with her raunchy posts on social media, gaining 3.7million Instagram followers in the last few months.

She has big aspirations in the field of content creation in golf, but revealed to the New York Times that "disgusting rumours" have put her off working men amid the nature of her fame.

"One thing people don't talk about with being a woman in a male-dominated industry, whether it's golf or the sports industry, is that any time I do content with another man there are rumours and comments, and it's all disgusting sexual stuff," she said.

"I feel like it prohibits me from participating or being invited to certain events when there are male athletes and male celebrities because of the rumour mill and all of this stuff.

"It's just so unfair, and any time I'm pictured with another man the comments are just gross. It's really frustrating because I don't feel like I get to interact with people normally. I don't want to start any of those rumours for myself or for them."

Spiranac has suggested that she's like to work with Tiger Woods or Tom Brady, but seems convinced that her mantra will limit her opportunities.

Golfer-turned-influencer Paige Spiranac has built a huge following on social media.
Paige Spiranac/Instagram

The photos posted by the self-confessed 'OG Insta golf girl' often involve worked shoots in sports arenas, courts or fields - mainly golf, but also the likes of basketball and boxing.

The 30-year-old sells towels with her face and body on to her members, as well as hats and shirts that are a little less revealing.

An ex-professional golfer herself, she's received criticism for 'sexualising golf' in recent times. That will only get stronger if her dream collaboration with Tiger Woods happens.

Featured Image Credit: ALAMY

Topics: Tiger Woods, Tom Brady, Golf