Paige Spiranac rival Bri Teresi sends fans wild in very skimpy bikini as she asks them to swim with her | The Sun

THE Masters is in full swing and Paige Spiranac is once again looking to make a big impression on social media.

But golf's Instagram queen has a spot of competition on social media this time around.

Bri Teresi, whose Twitter bio says "Making golf sexy again", stripped down to just a bikini and asked fans: "Wanna go for a swim with me?"

And it looked like plenty of fans were ready to take up the 28-year-old Californian's offer.

One replied: "Absolutely."

And another wrote: "Beautiful and pretty."


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A third fan commented: "Hell yes please!"

She also hit the course in a low-cut top and mini-skirt, much to fans' delight.

OnlyFans star Teresi now boasts a whopping 990,000 Twitter followers.

That makes her more popular than Spiranac, who currently has 842k – but posts most of her content on rival platform Instagram.

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On Insta, Paige has 3.7m followers while Bri Teresi has 1.4m.

Bri's posts have attracted attention from the likes of actor Bill Murray and boxer Canelo Alvarez.

And she has revealed that pictures of her picking up a golf club have brought her more fans than a "typical bikini post".

She told the New York Post: "I definitely noticed a big increase in engagement after I started posting golf content. 

"When I started posting golf videos people were much more inclined to watch and comment as opposed to the typical bikini post.

"It gives me an edge. I’ve booked hosting jobs in the Dominican Republic and met so many different people because of golf."

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