Paige Spiranac has finally answered two of the most popular questions in professional golf in recent memory: are her 34DD breasts real and do they impact her game?
A viral YouTube video has provided all the answers that fans were hoping for — yes, they are real, and they also make her a better golfer.
She said that they keep her arms in touch with her body, and she continued: “My boobs are real. I’ve never had my breasts done. They are as real as they could be – they do fluctuate in size a lot. This is just a thing that happens for women.”
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The 27-year-old Arizona resident is very proud of her body and is not ready to be shamed. She continued: “My cleavage is always out, I don’t get offended by it when people ask me these questions because I am aware, I’m showing it off in a way.”
The athlete then revealed: “My breasts get larger depending on the time of the month, they can go up two cup sizes. Also, if I gain weight, they get bigger; if I lose weight, they get smaller. For the Sports Illustrated shoot, I lost 17lbs, and my chest dropped a couple cup sizes because of that.”
The Colorado native went on to say: “I do work really hard on my body, I spend a lot of hours in the gym and on my diet, and I’m proud of how my body looks. It’s never an issue; they’re just kind of there. Putting, chipping, really anything else you’re pretty much set.”
Spiranac also shared: “And actually, I think it kind of helps because my arms are so connected I feel them touching pretty much all the time. So you do feel connected instead of having that excessive space. So I use it to help me.”
The social media personality has developed a real following on the networking sites, and sometimes she even answers fans.
One follower recently told her: “There is no other woman on the planet which can match you in golf or beauty… I have been under your spell since discovering you on the internet… Please stay safe and healthy… We all need your light and beautiful outlook on life for years to come… ”
The golfer went pro in 2015 and has won only won the Scottsdale’s Orange Tree Country Club.