Full Swing Season 1 of Netflix's documentary series will be released on February 15th, 2023.
Full Swing, an immersive docuseries that follows a group of professional golfers on and off the course throughout the whole season, continues Netflix's sports documentary run. Let's dive in.
Review and plot summary of Full Swing Season 1
Full Swing follows the world's top golfers, giving viewers a close up look at these players on and off the course.
Full Swing is a personal look at these golfers that makes me a fan of the sport and want to emulate some of the players they followed in the future.
Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth have been friends since 2007, and early on, we learn that Spieth will be the best man at Thomas's wedding. On and off the course, there is a lot of competition between the two.
The editing was beyond epic. As I mentioned earlier, I didn't watch much golf, but I was reaching for the tissues in the first episode, after seeing Dustin Justinson win the PGA Tournament. Of course, we get those emotions throughout each episode, but watching Rory attempt to win at St. Andrews, I was ready to savor his efforts, only to see him fall short.
Is Season 1 of Full Swing a Success?
Full Swing is a must-see movie, whether you are a golf enthusiast or not. You get a firsthand peek into the lives of the world's top golfers as they strive to be the best.
Who is featured in Full Swing?Golfers List
- Jordan Spieth.
- Justin Thomas.
- Brooks Koepka.
- Scottie Scheffler.
- Collin Morikawa.
- Joel Dahmen.
- Matt FitzPatrick.
- Dustin Johnson.
- Ton Finau.
- Sahith Theegala.
- Mito Pereira.
- Joaquin Niemann.
- Ian Poulter.
- Rory McIlroy.
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