This look is un-fore-gettable.
Paige Spiranac gave her followers a busty display over the weekend as she modeled a plunging sleeveless shirt on Instagram, with her sexy top causing quite the debate in the comments section.
“The shirt has a collar so it’s golf appropriate right?😏” the former pro golfer, 30, captioned her sizzling pics.
In the post, Spiranac — who describes herself as the “OG Insta golf girl” — beams at the camera in four different selfies as she models a sleeveless white polo shirt that appears to be unzipped all the way to the bottom.
She wears her hair in a bouncy blond ponytail with loose tendrils, lifting it up and sticking her tongue out at the camera in the final shot.
Plenty of fans were digging the racy look, like one who wrote, “That has an awesome collar. I love how it accentuates your…uh hmm….shoulders.”
“I think it’s golf appropriate all the time. 😊” another added.
However, the revealing look wasn’t every golfer’s cup of tea.
“You keep getting more and more cringe by the day,” one wrote, while another Instagram user commented, “Must be tough not exposing yourself daily.”
“Lol she’s still pretending this is a golf account?” a third wrote, to which Siranac replied, “I’m wearing a polo. Clearly this is a golf post and nothing else.”
However, many fans jumped in to defend Spiranac against the haters.
“Golf fuddy-duddies need to take the 9 iron out of their rectums and get with the times,” one fan wrote.
This isn’t the first unzipped look Spiranac has rocked in recent days, with the influencer wearing a sexy Top Gun-style jumpsuit last week to promote JetFuel energy drinks.
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Although her posts frequently show off extreme cleavage, the social media bombshell denied having breast implants during an Instagram Q&A in August.
“I weighed significantly less [back then], and since they are real, they change depending on weight loss and weight gain,” she said after a fan asked if her breasts were “always that big.”
“There are a bunch of different changes — hormonal, weight gain — that make them change size,” Spiranac explained.