PAIGE SPIRANAC has revealed men spy on her with binoculars while she play golf.
The former professional has noticed long-distance admirers ‘from two fairways away’ watching her while she plays in her trademark glamorous outifts.
And the social media star, 28, believes the on-course spies symbolise how some of the sport’s authorities and clubs have the wrong focus.
Paige, who has three million Instagram followers, blasted unfriendly, old-fashioned country clubs.
She told her Playing A Round podcast: “I’ve literally been on country clubs where guys are using range-finders to look at me from two fairways over.
“And I’ve had people say, like, ‘who let her on?'”
Paige spoke out after America’s top-ranked golf course, Pine Valley, voted to let women join for the first time in its 108-year history.
The club in New Jersey has previously only allowed women to play as guests on Sunday afternoons.
Club president Jim Davis emailed members to say the move would put Pine Valley ‘on the right side of history’.
But Paige believes it has nothing to boast about as the change typifies the slow pace with which golf has modernised.
And of some behind-the-times clubs, she argued: “They don’t make you feel welcome.
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“They are not going to fully allow people to be members and be accepted.”
Even Augusta, home of the Masters, only started accepting women in 2012.
And in Britain it’s just been in the past few years that the last handful of men-only clubs have opened up their membership.