PAIGE SPIRANAC has called out trolls leaving fat-shaming messages on her Instagram.
The golfer has complained about having to "delete so many comments" as she urged people to be mindful of their words.
Spiranac has an incredible 3.6 million followers on Instagram but was left unhappy by the comments left on her most recent video.
The clip shows the star in a pink short onesie on the fairway as she prepares to hit a ball into the distance.
The video is only short but attracted some nasty posts from some of her followers.
Spiranac made clear where she stood on the trolls.
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She wrote on an Instagram post: "Honestly, the amount of men calling me ‘fat’ on this post is next level lol.
"I’ve had to delete so many comments which I almost never do.
"I know my body is a big part of my brand and that comes with a territory, but it’s hard to maintain my ideal weight all the time for year after year.
"I have to work very hard in the gym and with diet. It doesn’t come naturally to me. It can be defeating when people call out my body insecurities.
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"Would love to start sharing more of my fitness plan and what I eat with you all because I’m sure a lot of you feel a similar body pressure. I used to work out to look good, but now I’m trying to work out to feel food.
“Changing my mentality around working out to make it a more positive experience.”
Despite the negative comments, Spiranac remains a very popular golfer with a huge fanbase.
It was revealed in July that she was paid more per Instagram post than huge names such as Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy.
It's the latest good news for the 29-year-old who earlier this year was named the sexiest woman alive.
But the American is being rivalled by new golf players looking to match her glamorous image and huge online reach.
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