Golf Star Bri Teresi Stuns in Pink and Orange Bikini at Mar-a-Lago

The model, influencer and athlete has been rising in popularity.
Bri Teresi.

Bri Teresi.

Golf influencer Bri Teresi took a trip to Mar-a-Lago and showed off her toned and tan body in an adorable bikini. She posted the pics on Instagram to prove it.

“Good times & tan lines 😜,” the 28-year-old captioned the post she shared with her 1.4 million followers on March 4.

Teresi sat on a yellow-and-white striped beach towel draped over a poolside chair at the Mar-A-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Fla. She sat up straight with her legs stretched in front of her toward the camera. Her long blonde hair was pulled to one side and she accessorized with dangly earrings and a dainty pendant necklace.

The California native wore a black, pink and orange color-blocked bikini and flaunted her muscular abs. The One One Swim set included the Kameron Top ($77) and Jesse Bottoms ($60), which come in a variety of different colors and prints.

“Gorgeous 😍,” fellow golf girl Karin Hart wrote.

“Literally an angel!!!!!” a fan chirped.

“Wow that’s a calendar pic ❤️❤️,” another person gushed.

Teresi’s social media content consists of a golf videos, sponsored model content and bikini photos. She is active on Instagram and TikTok and has been steadily gaining popularity over the past few months.

“I definitely noticed a big increase in engagement after I started posting golf content,” she said in an interview with the New York Post. “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.”

Similar to other athletes-turned-influencers like Paige Spiranac, who build their brand around their lifestyles as well as the sports they play, Teresi is no stranger to harsh criticism from people who think she is “over-sexualizing” female athletes.

“Women don’t have to fit in one box. Me as a woman, I model, play sports, I’m highly educated, and I don’t have to be one thing,” Teresi stated. “That’s what I’m trying to show on social media, that you can be whatever you want to be. I think as women, we face being sexualized when we don’t want to be, but the way you carry yourself is important too. For example, I carry myself as a strong woman. Yes, I dress sexier, but people usually don’t mess with me or mistreat me because I appear to have a strength to me.”

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Ananya Panchal


Ananya Panchal is a NYC-based Lifestyle & Trending News writer at SI Swimsuit. Before joining the Swim team, the Boston University Alum worked for culture & entertainment beats at Bustle, The San Francisco Chronicle and the TODAY Show. When Ananya is not writing or doom-scrolling on social media, she can be found playing sudoku, rewatching One Tree Hill or trying new restaurants. She's also a coffee and chocolate (separately) enthusiast.