Following a fairly successful return to golf this month, Tiger Woods has committed to feature in the 2017 Genesis Open.
The former world number one's company, TGR Live, is the host of the event that will benefit the Tiger Woods Foundation.
The tournament will be played at the Riviera Country Club in California from February 13-19 and will be the first tournament for Woods since his return at the Hero World Challenge earlier this month.
— Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) December 13, 2016
"I'm very excited to come back to Riviera and compete in the Genesis Open," said the 14-time major winner.
"This is where it all started for me. It was my first PGA TOUR event. I was 16 years old, I weighed about 105 pounds. It was a life-changing moment for me.
"It's an honor to have TGR Live running this historic event that will benefit my foundation."
Woods enjoyed a patchy event in the Bahamas at the Hero World Challenge, leading the field in birdies but only managing four under par in the end, 14 shots off the pace.
The world number one has become frustrated by errors that have kept him out of contention.
Brendon Todd led the way after the third round of the Travelers Championship.
McIlroy is four shots behind leader Phil Mickelson after seven withdrawals from the event due to Covid-19
Matt Wallace opens up on his lucky escape at the coronavirus-hit Travelers Championship.
Seven players have now withdrawn from the PGA Tour event for reasons relating to Covid-19.
The Northern Irishman shot seven-under 63.
Colin Montgomerie is worried the PGA Tour isn’t taking the threat of coronavirus seriously enough.
Rory McIlroy reckons it would have been “silly” to shut down the Travelers Championship.