Adam Sandler is set to reprise his role as Happy Gilmore in a new golf comedy TV series starring Will Ferrell that is inspired by the LIV Golf-PGA Tour feud.
The series will be about a fictional golf tour that breaks away from the establishment, while cribbing from the real-life drama.
“No one would comment but I hear the series revolves around a professional golfer who becomes the face of a controversial new league competing with the PGA,” reporter Nellie Andreeva wrote.
Ferrell has starred in several sports-centric comedies, including Semi-Pro, Blades of Glory and Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby.
Happy Gilmore, a 1996 comedy, starred Sandler as an unsuccessful ice hockey player who discovers a newfound talent for golf.