‘Full Swing’ Season 2 on Netflix: How to watch and what you need to know

‘Full Swing’ Season 2 on Netflix: How to watch and what you need to know

Season 2 of Netflix’s PGA Tour documentary “Full Swing” premieres Wednesday. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

How to watch ‘Full Swing’ Season 2

On Wednesday, March 6, the second season of the documentary series “Full Swing,” which was produced by Box to Box and Vox Media Studios, will premiere on Netflix. It will once more take fans behind the scenes at PGA Tour events and into the homes of PGA Tour celebrities.

Season 1 of “Full Swing” was reportedly watched for approximately 53.1 million hours between February and June, making it the 267th most-watched show on Netflix during the same period. In the first season, we followed the professional golf world through his tumultuous 2021-22 season, which was dominated by the birth of LIV Golf.

The second season will follow the same documentary format as the first season and will consist of eight episodes, each focusing on a different story.

“This will be pro golf like you’ve never seen,” said Chad Mumm, the chief creative officer of Vox Media Studios and the executive producer of the show, when speaking to the media at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am last month. “We’ve had cameras in places where cameras are never allowed before. We spent a ton of time with players off the course and really get a chance to get inside the world of professional golf. Which is this, as you all know, like amazing kind of traveling circus that moves around and you can’t really understand it unless you’re inside it. So get ready for a deep, new look.”

Season two confirmed pros include brothers Matt and Alex Fitzpatrick, Ryder Cup captains Zach Johnson and Luke Donald, Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas, Rickie Fowler, Keegan Bradley, Tom Kim, Joel Dahmen, Wyndham Clark, Justin Rose.

How to get Netflix

Simple: get a Netflix subscription. Additionally, you can create an account here if you don’t already have one. Standard plans cost $6.99/month when commercials are included, $15.49/month when they are not, and $22.99/month when they are premium (4K+HDR).

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