Paulina Gretzky Digest Cover: Video Clip Released of Cover Shoot

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Wednesday, 16 Apr 2014 02:18 PM

By Ken Mandel

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Paulina Gretzky controversially appeared on the May cover of Golf Digest, angering golf fans who are used to seeing the pros, and she now has a video out that accompanies the cover shoot.

The golfing magazine released the video on Tuesday. 

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The 25-year-old model is engaged to professional golfer Dustin Johnson and is the daughter of avid golfer and hockey Hall-of-Famer Wayne Gretzky and actress Janet Jones.

The model admitted to the magazine that she isn't adept at the sport, nor is she a major fan.

"I'll go with [Johnson] to the range every once in a while, but mostly I just love being with him and watching him play," she said.

Gretzky also admitted she wasn't into the sport as a child.

"I didn't appreciate golf as much when I was little," she told Golf Digest. "My mom has a video of me when I was really young where I'm saying, 'Daddy, don't go play golf anymore.'"

Gretzky appeared on the cover of the magazine's Fitness Issue wearing white yoga pants and a white sports bra, which brought the ire of many professional female golfers.

"It's frustrating because it's Golf Digest; it's not Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue," Juli Inkster, 31-time LPGA Tour winner, told The New York Times earlier this month. "I think they should maybe recognize some of the great women golfers that we have."

Gretzky's interview centered on how she met Johnson.

"At the end of 2011, my mom played with Dustin in the Wednesday pro-am at Tiger's tournament at Sherwood. She told Dustin about her daughter, blah-blah-blah, and invited him to the house that night," Gretzky said. "We exchanged numbers, and here we are.

"The most important thing for me right now is my relationship with Dustin. It's what makes me happiest, and I don't think there's anything wrong with that. It's important for people to realize it's OK to be happy in love."

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