Tiger back at Hero Challenge
Tiger Woods will launch his 2018-19 competitive season later this month at the Hero World Challenge which he will be headlining along with world No 1 Justin Rose.
The Hero World Challenge field features players from six countries and includes four of the top five and 16 of the top 23 players in the world, Woods said on Thursday.
Two exemptions will be issued later to round out the 18-player field.
The invitational event runs from November 29 to December 2 and will be held in the Bahamas for the fourth straight year.
Tournament host Woods launched the Hero Challenge with his father in 1999.
It will be the first official competition for the 14time major winner since the US lost to Europe in the Ryder Cup in September.