Former professional golfer turned Instagram influencer Paige Spiranac responded to social media trolls as she released her own golf towel.
Spiranac turned professional in 2015 after playing for the University of Arizona.
She attempted to qualify for the LPGA, but was unsuccessful in her bid to earn a card to play on the tour.
She hasn't played since 2016, and has instead turned her attention to being an Instagram influencer, and has gone on to become a part-time model.
Spiranac has long been an advocate for body positivity, and hasn't backed down when faced with critics on her Instagram page.
And she was at it again this week, as she hit back at those who question her choice of current career.
Spiranac, 28, is known for leaving little to the imagination with some of her posts to social media, and her post to launch her new towel was no different.
In the image, the former golfer was wearing a green jacket inspired by the ones given to winners of the Masters – and little else.
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She captioned the post: "'No one will ever take you seriously if you keep posting pictures with cleavage'.
"So here’s to continuing doing what I want.
“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.”
Spiranac continued her tirade by taking to Twitter to hit back at her critics.
"You call me an IG thot, I call myself a business woman,” she tweeted.
“I’m laughing thinking of all the golf courses who wouldn’t let me play because I was wearing a tank top and now they will have to see me on a towel with my boobs out. You love to see it.”
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