sport news Netflix's 'Full Swing' was filming as the news broke of the PGA Tour's shock ... trends now
Golf fans will be desperate to tune in for Season 2 of Netflix's Full Swing after Tuesday's announcement of the merger between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf guaranteed a blockbuster plot line.
In a shocking move, the PGA Tour performed a U-turn on its stance on the Saudi-backed series, revealing it and the DP World Tour had agreed a deal with LIV to combine their businesses into a new, yet-to-be-named company.
The move sent shockwaves throughout the sport with social media going wild and the players who remained loyal to the PGA Tour said to be furious.
With the stars, including Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods, kept in the dark about the seven-week-long negotiations, many reportedly turned on the commissioner in a 'contentious' players meeting at Oakdale Golf and Country Club ahead of the RBC Canadian Open.
And fans will be able to experience how it all went down.
Full Swing producer Chad Mumm confirmed cameras were rolling for golf's dramatic Tuesday
PGA Tour commissioner announced the merger with Saudi-backed LIV Golf on Tuesday
Players loyal to the Tour (pictured Rory McIlroy_ were said to be left infuriated at the news
Producer Chad Mumm confirmed on Twitter that cameras were rolling on production on season 2 Tuesday when the bombshell dropped.
'You better believe we were filming when this broke. #FullSwing,' he wrote.
It is likely they were filming content at the RBC Canadian Open- the same tournament that was held by the Tour on the same weekend as LIV's innaugural event last year.