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Full Swing Season 2 Is About to Tee Off, and So Is the Drama
The docuseries follows the proposed agreement between PGA and LIV
Compared to other spectator sports like tennis, football, or basketball, golf might seem like the quiet one of the group: Golfers are partial to long walks outdoors, freshly pressed chinos, and plenty of quiet time to hone their focus. However, Full Swing proves that when it comes to professional sports, there’s nothing quite like the high-stakes, ultracompetitive world of golfing. What’s Full Swing about?
Created by Box to Box and Vox Media Studios –– the same minds behind Formula 1: Drive to Survive –– this immersive docuseries follows a diverse group of professional golfers (with both new faces and returning cast from Full Swing Season 1) across relentless months of competition on the PGA Tour, including all four of golf’s major championships: the Masters, PGA Championship, US Open Championship, and The Open Championship.
In the upcoming episodes, though, the drama reaches new heights following an unexpected proposed agreement between the PGA Tour, the DP World Tour, and the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia, backers of LIV golf. Full Swing also follows golfers to the biennial Ryder Cup, which includes the best players across the US and Europe. In addition to documenting their failures and wins on the course, the series digs deeper into the personal lives of some of the most talented golfers in the game — their families, rivalries, and more.
Which golfers are in Full Swing?
Season 2 follows professional golfers Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler, Tom Kim, Joel Dahmen, Matt Fitzpatrick, Alex Fitzpatrick, Wyndham Clark, Keegan Bradley, and Justin Rose along with Ryder Cup captains Luke Donald and Zach Johnson.
Full Swing Season 2 premieres on March 6. Watch the first season of Full Swing on Netflix now.