Netflix producer Chad Mumm fueled anticipation for the new PGA Tour documentary to be released in 2023 following a recent Twitter post.
Mumm took to the social media platform to express how great this year was to put on a show about professional golf.
“I try to manage expectations in general, but having lived through it this year and now that I’ve spent hours editing and filming, I can confidently say this was a good year to do a show about pro golf,” Mumm wrote.
“There will be memes. I’ll leave it at that.”
I try to manage expectations in general, but having lived through it this year and now that I’ve spent hours editing and filming, I can say with confidence that this was a good year to do a show about professional golf.October 4, 2022
The series is inspired by the Drive to Survive show that is currently on Netflix and follows a season of Formula One, while the golf series will likely show the current civil war involving both the PGA Tour and LIV Golf and nature forever. professional game changer
This year also saw Tiger Woods return to competitive golf, taking part in the Masters, the PGA Championship and taking part in an emotionally charged Open Championship, crossing the Swilcan Bridge for possibly the last time during his second round.
Justin Thomas will also star in the upcoming documentary, and he was on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Monday discussing exactly what it will entail. “It’s just going to give a lot of people (the opportunity) outside of golf to take a look inside golfers’ lives. Just more of the day-to-day,” Thomas said.
“They had times where they were in the car with me driving to the golf course or they were watching me work out, or they were having dinner with some guys. I think it’s going to be a really cool thing for people to see.”
Alongside the American, Jordan Spieth, Colin Morikawa and Matt Fitzpatrick are set to participate, while current LIV Golf dropouts Sergio Garcia and Brooks Koepka will also be involved.
Golf fans will have to wait until 2023 at the earliest to see the documentary, but he promises the wait will be worth it.