First Published by Golf.com

In early December, the eyes of the world turned to an unlikely event: a small golf tournament in the Bahamas. The Hero World Challenge is a 20-player invitational placed squarely in the sport’s offseason, but this time around event host Tiger Woods was making a breathlessly anticipated public appearance, his first since a terrifying car crash the previous February. It was a huge week for the golf world; the sport’s No. 1 draw indicated that he was plotting another comeback.

But even as the PGA Tour celebrated its hero of past and present, it was making plans for its future, too.

On the same day Woods spoke to reporters on national television, camera crews elsewhere on property were set up for subjects of their own. Filming was quietly beginning for a Netflix documentary series that promises an unprecedented look at the PGA Tour and the lives and stories of its biggest stars. More than a half-dozen pros sat for their first interviews that week. Others consulted their agents, spoke with show producers and considered and reconsidered their participation in a show that hopes to introduce professional golf to an entirely new audience.

The series is modeled in part after the success of Netflix’s Formula 1 hit Drive to Survive, which is credited with a significant uptick in F1 interest and viewership across the United States since its launch. Some of the same key players are involved here; the still-to-be-named PGA Tour show will be produced by Netflix in conjunction with Vox Media Studios and Drive to Survive producers Box to Box Films.

On Tuesday, Netflix made plans to roll out its official announcement and confirmed a star-studded cast that includes five of the top seven players in the world, major winners, Ryder Cuppers, some of the game’s most beloved personalities and, well, you’ll see the list for yourself below. A Netflix spokesperson also confirmed that all four majors — yes, even the ultra-guarded Masters — are on board.

Here’s what else we know.