ORLANDO, Fla. -- Looks like Tiger Woods, after sitting on the bench for most of the summer with injuries, plans to play in a golfing double-header right out of the chute.
Not only has Woods committed to play in next week's Bridgestone Invitational, he already has booked a spot the following week in the final major of the season, too.
A PGA of America official on Friday said that Woods has also committed to play at the PGA Championship, to be held Aug. 11-14 at Atlanta Athletic Club.
Woods finished T29 the last time the PGA was staged at AAC, when David Toms won by a shot over Phil Mickelson.
Woods, who has played only nine competive holes since finishing T4 at the Masters in April, has won the PGA title four times.
Woods announced on his website Thursday that he was returning to the game after a more than two-month layoff dating to his withdrawal after nine sloppy holes at the Players Championship in mid-May.