The 37-year-old Good Morning Britain weather presenter sent temperatures soaring as she spent the afternoon at the driving range.
Lucy slipped into a pair of thigh-skimming shorts and a white vest top to put her toned curves on full display for a sizzling hot snap.
Posing with the golf club resting across her shoulders, she accessorised with a pair of sunglasses, dressing practically in trainers.
The ITV star wore her brunette tresses pulled back into a simple ponytail.
“Bank Holiday goof balls,” she captioned the shot, which she uploaded for her 71,000 followers.
Lucy’s fans went into meltdown over the flesh-flashing picture, with one quipping: “Ph-woor I mean.. fore! Or is it four?”(sic)
“Even in the shade you look gorgeous,” another commented, while a third gushed: “Hot weather for a hot lady.”
“Gorgeous, cracking pins as well,” a fourth remarked, as one simply added: “So fit.”
Lucy appeared to enjoy her day in the sun, also sharing a clip of the afternoon’s activities on her story.
The video showed the breathtaking blue sky over London as she got stuck in hitting some golf balls in Greenwich.
No stranger to setting pulses racing among her fans, Good Morning Britain weather star Lucy Verasamy also showcased her curves in a skintight dress in a series of recently unearthed throwback snaps.
Flaunting her trim hourglass figure in a bold fuchsia pink number, she let her shapely pins take centre-stage.
The minidress featured cap sleeves and a bow detail on the front to draw yet more attention to her tiny waist.
Flashing a smile for the camera, she was snapped at the launch of Pixie Lott’s Lipsy range back in 2011.
Lucy is best known for GMB, and her TV career also boasts appearances on ITV News, Granada Reports and ITV Weekend News.
The throwbacks were re-discovered after she admitted she had got the weather forecast for the Royal Wedding completely wrong.
Speaking ahead of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s big day last weekend, she said the weather would in fact be glorious for the royal couple.
“The high pressure is now firmly in control,” she explained. “Those showers predicted over a week ago now long gone.
“The risk is now non-existent,” she added.
Addressing the royal wedding weather in recent years, she stated: “They normally do [have good weather], they are in spring and in recent years spring is our driest season.
“May is our driest month statistically, so you tick all the boxes today. You’ve got blazing sunshine, blue sky, not too cool, not too hot.”