There’s no denying that the sport of golf attracts individuals from affluent classes. The sport requires a hefty amount of investment in terms of paying for your clubs and course memberships as well as the travel that comes with taking part in various tournaments professional or otherwise.
That said, the women’s game has recently seen a spark in social media influencers using their platforms to attract newer audiences to the sport.
The biggest star in this realm is currently Paige Spiranac, though her reign at the top could be threatened by some new rivals.
The following is list of social media influencers who are engaged in the sport of gold with the largest following.
Currently the queen bee, Spiranac is the self-labeled ‘OG Insta Golf Girl.’ The 29-year-old retired from golf in 2016 and has since racked up 3.6 million followers.
Apart from her golf page, Maxim magazine also voted Spiranac the Sexiest Woman Alive by Maxim in 2022.
HAILEY RAE OSTROM
With a following of 382,000 Hailey Rae Ostrom is next on the list with the 28-year-old spending two years on the LPGA circuit in 2017 and 2018.
ELISE LOBB DZINGE
A certified gold coach and a television presenter Elise Lobb Dzinge has amassed a following of 230,000 followers.
The 27-year-old primarily rose to fame through her hosting duties on Fox Sports’ Swing Clinic.
Isabelle Shee is a 27-year-old who developed a following through her YouTube channel ‘Shee Golfs’.
With a following of around 238,000 the golfer was persecuted by courses for her choice of wardrobe, which often entailed short skirts and knee high accessories.
Shee used the opportunity co-found a sock centric apparel company called Inside Story.
Raised in Nebraska Kenzie O’Connell is a Team Callaway member who has appeared on the LPGA circuit.
O’Connell also works as a part time instructor and has so far amassed a following of 150,000 followers on Instagram.
Savannah Vilaubi is a Californian golfer who is currently on the Symetra Tour, the official development tour for the LPGA.
With a following of 75,000 Vilaubi‘s biggest success so far has been winning the 2016 Texas Women’s Open.