Paige Spiranac wears 'play fast and don't be a d***' hat and reveals she pictures people she hates before golf shots

PAIGE SPIRANAC has given her fans a top tip on how to hit a golf ball even further than normal.

The ex-professional revealed she visualises the face of someone she hates on the ball before she hits it to gain maximum power.

Spiranac, 27, said she is always being quizzed by fans who are keen to improve their golf drive.

And she revealed her secret while wearing a hat that had the slogan 'Play fast and don't be a d**k' printed across the front.

Speaking to her 2.9million Instagram followers, she said: "People always ask me, 'how do you hit it further?'

"You can drink a lot of protein, hit the gym, work on your swing… or you can do what I like to do.

"I visualise the face of the person I hate the most on my golf ball, and just whack at it.

"And that's how you hit it further."

But following her shock revelation, fans were keen to find out who she hates enough to picture on the ball.

In her next video, Spiranac said: "You guys keep asking me who I hate, and I don't hate anyone.

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"Life's too short to hate people, but there are people that bother me.

"I am going to get my aggression out when I hit golf balls, like people who tell me I post too many pictures of Niko [her dog], or when guys call me sweetie when they're being condescending and telling me that I've wrong about something.

"Or when people don't use their blinkers, or when people honk one second after a light turns and they expect you to go right away. Those are the people that bother me."

The 27-year-old loves to keep her fans amused on Instagram with sexy snaps and golf videos.

She sent her followers into meltdown as she shared a video of herself taking a shot while in a daring low cut top.

Spiranac, who is also a model and podcast host, turned pro in 2015 after playing college golf for the University of Arizona and San Diego State University.

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But since retiring from professional golf in 2016, she has became known for her outspoken off-course anecdotes which she shares on her podcast Playing-A-Round.

Speaking about her golf career, she said: “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.

“It’s like my whole life I’m trying to find a place where I can fit in and that I feel comfortable and that I feel at peace with myself and I haven’t found that.

"Golf is the absolute worst place for me to be because I am the exact opposite of everything that a golfer should encompass, should be, and I’m not."

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