Netflix Announces Golf Documentary Series Full Swing Trailer & Premiere Date
The long-awaited PGA Tour documentary now has a title, a release date, and a trailer, and it looks incredible. The teaser will introduce viewers to the world of Full Swing and what to expect from this forthcoming blockbuster.
Netflix Golf Documentary Full Swing Trailer
Full Swing, produced by the team behind the blockbuster Formula 1: Drive to Survive series, will premiere on Netflix on February 15th, 2023 and a short trailer published on social media has piqued interest in the show, which follows one of the sport’s craziest years.
“You picked a hell of a year to start following the PGA Tour.”
Spieth, Thomas, Scheffler, Koepka, Morikawa, Poulter, Dahmen, Fitzpatrick, Johnson, Finau, Theegala, Pereira, Niemann, and McIlroy.
Full Swing premieres February 15. pic.twitter.com/jyxCb1Sgmk
— Netflix (@netflix) January 11, 2023
What Is ‘Full Swing’ About?
Full Swing is a documentary series that follows a group of professional golfers competing on the PGA tour and (for the first time) all four of golf’s major championships: the Masters/Augusta National, PGA Championship, US Open, and Open Championship. Box to Box, the creators of “Formula 1: Drive to Survive,” is responsible for “Full Swing.” In addition to charting their accomplishments and failures on the course, the series digs deeper into the inner lives of some of the game’s most talented golfers, showing their families, rivalries, and an extraordinary amount of drama.
🚨🚨The new Netflix PGA Tour documentary – Full Swing pic.twitter.com/28UiXYtvHR
— Golf Monthly (@GolfMonthly) January 11, 2023
Who Is Featured In ‘Full Swing’?
Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth, Scottie Scheffler, Brooks Koepka, Collin Morikawa, Ian Poulter, Joel Dahmen, Matt Fitzpatrick, Dustin Johnson, Tony Finau, Sahith Theegala, Mito Pereira, Joao Niemann, Rory McIlroy are among the players featured in the trailer.
The docuseries will include a variety of LIV Golf stars, including Johnson, Poulter, Koepka, and Niemann, with Poulter commenting, “You picked a hell of a year to start following the PGA Tour.” After losing in the second round to Matt Fitzpatrick at the WGC-Match Play Championship, Poulter appeared to have launched a club.
The trailer concludes with World No. 1 Rory McIlroy stating, “If I want the game I love to be played by future generations, the game must be advanced.” The Northern Irishman has been the most prominent player to speak out against LIV Golf, serving as the tour’s de facto spokesman during the current civil war.
More About The Documentary
The trailer features tournaments such as the WM Phoenix Open and WGC-Match Play, both of which were won by Scottie Scheffler, and the Genesis Invitational, which Joaquin Niemann won. The PGA Championship, which Justin Thomas won, and the US Open, which Matt Fitzpatrick won.
Scheffler also won The Masters, where he conquered Augusta National to earn his first Major title. According to Netflix’s original January 2022 announcement, The Masters would also be featured alongside The Open Championship. The Players Championship and FedEx Cup Playoffs were also confirmed to be featured.
Fans’ Reaction On The First Swing Trailer
BEAUTIFUL LETS GOOOOOOO https://t.co/vLeJYEAOHx
— jmo (@justinmotro) January 11, 2023
inject it https://t.co/PiUwKeDwwt
— Hunter (@Gunsmooth) January 11, 2023
Plz no text February 15th I will be very busy https://t.co/7PHKtuSZaH
— Jack Panagos (@Jack_pana33) January 11, 2023
Let's GOOOOOO!!! https://t.co/ayZt5zQVT9
— Golf Parfection (@GolfParfection_) January 11, 2023
Oh yes 😍 https://t.co/iS9Q0rY32Q
— Matt Smith (@mattsmithh) January 11, 2023
Cannot wait for this!! https://t.co/1cSAGk3WNi
— Golftimus Prime (@golftimus) January 11, 2023
Buzzing for this https://t.co/2UpOXy0CCI
— TheGamblingRat (@Grillo591) January 11, 2023
Looks like I have a reason to take PTO on 2/15 https://t.co/vu2NQSeYUj
— Jonathan Slusser (@jonathanslusser) January 11, 2023