Paige Spiranac rival and golf beauty Bri Teresi sends fans wild as she flaunts curves with steamy bikini pictures | The Sun

GOLF beauty Bri Teresi has sent fans wild with some stunning beach bikini pictures.

The sporting model, who rivals Paige Spiranac as golf's most glamorous star, often entertains online followers with mind-blowing snaps when not out on the course.

She took to Twitter to give fans a double-helping with her latest effort.

Teresi used photoshop to post an identical image of herself back to back with a beach in a background.

The sizzling pics show the golfer wearing a tiny orange bikini.

Teresi has her eyes closed and her blonde hair flowing almost down to her elbows as she poses in the sand.


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Her Twitter followers were also treated to another equally stunning photo later as Teresi returned to the golf course.

She can be gazing at the camera from the passenger seat in a golf buggy while clutching a golf ball.

The model has seen her popularity explode since she took up golfing.

Teresi, whose Twitter bio reads "making golf sexy again", previously revealed that picking up a golf club drew more fans to her than a "typical bikini post".

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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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