Golf babe Paige Spiranac regularly wows her fans and followers with sexy outfits in her racy posts on social media.
The former professional golfer often stuns her 3.5million followers on Instagram as she combines golf analysis and training tips with pictures from her racy photoshoots. Since retiring from professional golf in 2016, she has become a successful business woman and influencer, with Maxim naming her the "Sexiest Woman Alive" earlier this year.
With that in mind, here DAILY STAR SPORT runs down her six sexiest outfits, including a Harley Queen Halloween costume and her very own plunging Masters green jacket.
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Red, White and Blue
During last month's US Open at The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts, Spiranac looked ahead to day two of the tournament by posing in a patriotic bikini.
With the stars and stripes covering her breasts, Spiranac posted to Instagram with the caption: "US Open day 2! Who do you think is going to win? My two picks aren't doing so bad so far."
It proved not to be the last time her fans saw the outfit, either, with the blonde beauty leaving her fans speechless earlier this month by scoffing hot dogs to celebrate July 4.
Masters Green Jacket
Back in April, Spiranac again looked forward to one of the major championships as she teased her fans ahead of the Masters at Augusta National.
Putting her own spin on the iconic green jacket, Spiranac wore a green skirt and jacket combo, covering her boobs but still exposing plenty of cleavage for her followers.
She captioned her Instagram post: "A tradition unlike any other. Who do you see winning this week?" Scottie Scheffler went on to win the tournament to claim his first major.
Distracting fans in all-black
Spiranac certainly kept herself busy during last month's US Open but her fans were left distracted as she previewed the event on Twitter.
She also discussed the controversial LIV Golf tour in a minute-long video but it was her plunging black top which stole the show as fans struggled to concentrate on her analysis.
Firing a sly dig at the likes of Phil Mickelson, Spiranac quipped: "LIV has racked up some players who deeply care about the progression of the game and not because they got a s*** ton of money."
Although golf is certainly Spiranac's main focus, she is no stranger to other sports and posed with a basketball back in March.
Wearing tight red shorts and a grey top tied at the waist, she asked her followers for an update on their March Madness brackets, writing: "How’s everyone’s March Madness bracket doing so far? Who do you have winning?"
March Madness is the nickname for the NCAA Division 1 men's basketball tournament which pits 68 colleges against each other in March to determine the national champions.
Breaking the internet
Following in the footsteps of Kim Kardashian, Spiranac "broke the internet" herself in May as she wore a plunging dress ahead of the PGA Championship in Oklahoma.
With her breasts exposed and sporting a new haircut, she promoted a new episode of her podcast, Playing A Round, where she previewed the upcoming major and discussed bad haircuts and believing in Santa Claus.
Her fans lapped up the post, with one commenting: "And you've gone and broken the internet." Meanwhile, another added: "I think your top button has broke on your top."
Harley Quinn for Halloween
Spiranac treated her fans last October as she dressed up in a racy costume to celebrate Halloween, racking up over 230,000 likes for her take on comic book icon Harley Quinn.
"Happy Halloween puddin from your Harley Queen." wrote the 29-year-old as she posed in knee high boots, ripped fish net leggings and a red and blue leotard.
One Twitter troll was unimpressed and asked if she had become "desperate", to which Spiranac replied: "I've been desperate from the start."
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