When it comes to creating online content, Paige Spiranac is the most different and boldest in the world of golf. She often posts photos from her several golf courses wearing bikinis and other costumes that are not always accepted at all clubs.

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Her over ten million followers across all social media platforms enjoy watching her content. However, this is not always the case; many get frustrated with wearing “unconventional” clothing on the golf course. And that bothers her from time to time.

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However, Spiranac has worked as a full-time internet influencer for over four years. As a result, she has the know-how to deal with these kinds of issues, and she shared them on the latest episode of her podcast.

Paige Spiranac wants everyone to feel respected when filming content

Although she is now a successful social media influencer, Spiranac used to pursue a career in professional golf. Therefore, the 29-year-old knows that not everyone would agree with her clothing choices and content ideas and knows she has to take some steps to get away with it.

“One, I ask. Make sure everyone is okay with that,” she explained. The golfer revealed the two main steps she follows when shooting content at a golf club through the Wasp Stings + Q&A episode of her “Playing a Round with Paige Renee” podcast.

Additionally, the former golfer added, “two, I’m bringing a jacket.” Spiranac explained that she always brings a jacket to cover up between her shoots. “Because, again, I always want to be respectful,” she added.

Although the influencer knows how to handle the hate she receives online, it sometimes gets frustrating even for her. And it is mainly because of the strict cultural code that every national golf club follows. “I keep doing what I do because of situations like this,” she says in her podcast. “Because I feel like the culture needs to change within golf.”

Dress codes at golf clubs

Spiranac revealed on her podcast that she doesn’t have to deal with any issues at a public golf club because they don’t have a dress code. However, this is difficult when it comes to country clubs, as there are different rules at different clubs.

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The most common male attire that all clubs approve includes shirts with collars up and pants down. On the other hand, women can wear shirts and pants with or without collars, medium length shorts, skirts and dresses for bottoms. Officials would generally not let you in if you are wearing anything other than what is in their dress code.

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Even though the generations have changed, there are certain traditions that every country club follows. Do you agree with Spiranac and think it’s high time they scrapped these rules?

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