Paige Spiranac's latest Instagram golf post has proved her a huge hit with her followers as she showed off a number of different putting grips she is working on at home right now - one of which included a cheeky WARLOCK, of course.
Spiranac, who has more social media followers than any other lady golfer on the planet with 2.3 million alone on Instagram, has not played professional golf for the best part of four years but she continues to rack up the followers with her series of trick shots, golf snaps and new 'Playing-A-Round' podcast.
Stuck inside like the rest of the world due to the coronavirus pandemic, Spiranac took out her putting mat and revealed nine putting grips, of which a number are tongue-in-cheek and completely illegal.
The video has already chalked up more than 1 million views and more than 4,000 comments since being posted on Saturday.
"I love putting because it’s all about feel and confidence," Spiranac captioned her post. "There’s no right or wrong way to grip the putter. Here are some of my favorites! Let me know if I missed any."
Spiranac last month slammed golf as "elitist", "stuffy" and full of "hypocrisy" as she claims the sport will never fit in because of her image.
"Golf is elitist, it’s stuffy, it’s exclusive and I hate that because I am not that and I was never welcomed in and I’m still not welcomed in," Spiranac said on her podcast.
On once trying to help a charity, Spiranac said: "I wanted to help this charity out and I wanted to give them free golf clubs. The guy wrote back and said 'We would love to but, because of the way our board members view you, you can't help out.'
"I want to give back to these kids who don’t have anything, because I grew up not having anything, and I can’t even f****** do that because of my cleavage.
"We bond over having a common interest and we all love the same thing. I don’t understand why it matters if you’re wearing a polo (shirt) and I’m not wearing a polo.
"If a guy on tour wears shorts instead of pants, the world’s not going to end. In golf, people make all of these problems so serious and it’s not serious."