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Full Swing Season 2 will be must-see TV after golf’s dramatic mid-year merger


Full Swing Season 2

Here’s your complete guide for Full Swing Season 2 — all the latest detail, release date and featured players.

What a dramatic year it’s been for golf, particularly on the PGA Tour.

And no matter where fans land on all the LIV stuff, we can only hope Netflix‘s new release takes us behind the curtain when golf’s epic merger went down mid-year.

It was undoubtedly one of the juiciest stories in world sport; PGA and LIV swiftly and secretly settled on a merger on June 6. And everything truly hit the fan, as the finer detail was unpacked.

So let’s officially begin getting excited for Netflix’s return season of the behind-the-scenes PGA docu-series. Can season two live up to the hype that season one commanded?

Full Swing Season 2
Full Swing Season 2 is coming in 2024.

What is the release date for Full Swing Season 2?

TBC (2024)

We’re still waiting on a firm release date for Season 2 of Netflix’s hit golf series, but don’t get too hyped just yet — it’s not arriving until 2024.

We’d envisage the streaming giant eyeing a release that somewhat coincides with the PGA Tour picking up steam. The Players Championship is the first major event of the year and that’s scheduled for March.

Full Swing Season 2 trailer

A trailer for the return season will surface far closer to the set release date but in the meantime Netflix have provided fans with a sneak peek clip from the series. It features Joel Dahmen, one of the stars of season one.

Full Swing Season 2 cast and featured players

This detail is also still yet to be determined on who will be the main characters in Full Swing Season 2 and that will no doubt determine the story arc and how it relates to all the drama and chaos that was generated by the PGA’s merger with LIV.

The first season went behind the scenes with stars like Tony Finau, Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas and Brooks Koepka, while also offering airtime to some of the tour’s more modest performers, which still makes for engaging television.

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Some of the tour’s biggest stars (left to right); Justin Thomas, Scottie Scheffler and Rory McIlroy | Which stars will feature in Full Swing Season 2?

What is Full Swing?

According to Netflix, the new series will follow a “diverse group of professional golfers — on and off the course — during a relentless season of competition.”

The series is produced by Vox Media Studios and Box to Box Films (the people behind Formula 1: Drive to Survive) in partnership with the PGA Tour.

The series appears to feature a range of top-ranked players to the more modestly performing guys.

“A point of emphasis for our organization has been delivering the PGA Tour to fans where they are and making our sport more welcoming through innovation and strategic partnerships,” PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan said.

“I think that the commitment that we made at that time to Netflix, some of the real innovation that we’ve had around concepts like TGL, all that starts to manifest itself at that point in time.”

What to watch until the new season Full Swing Season 2 lands

With Full Swing Season 2 not ready for release just yet, that doesn’t mean the sports docu-series itch can’t be scratched one way or another.

Here’s a more detailed rundown of what’s out there and what’s coming, across all sports.

Football fans should definitely be all over the new season of Welcome to Wrexham, which is available via Disney+. And there’s been a stack of footballing doccos released across 2023. One of the more recent drops on Netflix, Beckham, has been wildly popular as well.

Netflix has also approved a second season of Break Point next year, along with a maiden season of a new sprinting documentary.

And, of course, those that haven’t actually seen Season 1 of Full Swing should absolutely do that as well.

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Rory McIlroy (left), the face of the PGA, and Cameron Smith, one of LIV’s biggest recruits.
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