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February 18, 2024

Pro Golfers Should Embrace OnlyFans

There are almost no big-name golfers on OnlyFans. Though the London-based site is often associated with adult content, it has made some drastic changes to broaden its appeal. Several content creators from various fields, including sports, are being sought.

LET champion Amy Boulden recently joined the social media platform to attract more golfers. OnlyFans have signed deals with a number of golfers, not just the Welsh. In the past, Liam O’Neill has been on board.

It hopes to break the stereotype that it is only home to female creators. In the world of social media, the talented Paige Spiranac, a racing driver and combat sports player, Renee Gracie, and many other female creators deserve a lot of credit for their fan following among male viewers.

Pro golfers should embrace an online platform like OnlyFans, but the main question is if they should do so. There is no doubt in my mind that the answer to that question is yes.

As a result, social media platforms ask their creators to post unique content that will attract subscribers. The more subscriptions you have, the more revenue you generate, which may amount to millions of dollars a year.

Amy Boulden’s participation in OnlyFans: How Will It Affect Other Golfers

Paige Spiranac, for example, is perceived as wearing sexually appealing clothes when golf influencers are considered. However, OnlyFans hopes to change this perception by signing Amy Boulden. 

With the platform, the Welsh golfer will give her subscribers tips and advice without being vulgar. She’ll also discuss golfing behind the scenes.

Social media platforms could also help golfers intensify their earnings apart from the game of golf. Especially the female pro golfers who get paid comparatively way less than the male golfers. If somehow they gain huge popularity, they can lure multiple brand endorsement deals.

Amy Boulden says pro golfers joining OnlyFans might help take the game globally. According to Golf Monthly, she said,

“Given the rising popularity of women’s golf, OnlyFans is a great way to showcase the sport globally.”

Furthermore, brands prefer players with high social media popularity. Youths use several social media platforms to consume sports. Mass appeal and players often influence them. Therefore, a famous player certainly increases sales and revenue.

The cost of golf is high. Players like Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy do not make millions through endorsement. A sensational popularity can attract multiple brands to the pro players. 

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