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Instagramming With ... Jordan Wolf

Who's the latest college golfer blowing up on social media? That's Jordan Wolf. And she can thank her shoes. When Jordan shared a video of herself hitting driver while wearing the chunky, high-heeled shoes known as wedges, it went viral. Take a look:

A video posted by Jordan Wolf (@j.wolfy) on

That's a nice high-heeled swing, and don't worry: Those wedges are spikeless. Jordan had previously caught the attention of the golf world with a video of her hitting a golf shot next to the Golden Gate Bridge. That clip is included in the following highlights video. Typically with "Instagramming With" posts we share multiple photos of a golfer but, hey, when someone else has already done the work for us, we roll with it. So roll video:

Jordan Wolf is currently a sophomore on the Jacksonville University golf team after originally starting at the University of South Florida, where one of her teammates was Lucy Robson. Here are Jordan and Lucy together:

Jordan is originally from Missouri and as a high school golfer was a 4-time all-state selection. She is majoring in film at Jacksonville. So maybe we'll keep seeing great videos from her.

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