Even without ‘Major’ status, there’s little doubt that the first big event on the men’s calendar – and the richest single tournament – has caught the eye of golfers.
Netflix has linked up with the PGA Tour and golf’s Major championships for an immersive documentary series following the lives and stories of top professional golfers across a season of high-stakes competition.
Tiger Woods refused to put a timetable on his return to tournament golf on Tuesday in his first public appearance since a serious car crash earlier this year that left him “lucky to be alive”.
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