Tiger Woods has a busy summer ahead as he announces the tournaments he plans to play in over the coming months.
Having returned from a break from the game in time for the Masters earlier this month he is looking to get back in the swing of things.
The former world number one will start his summer in early June where he will be playing in the Memorial Tournament.
From there he will head to the US Open on the 18th of June. Woods also plans to play in the Greenbrier Classic before heading to St Andrews to play in the Open before playing in his foundation event, the Quicken Loans National at the end of July.
Having finished tied 17th at Augusta, Woods must be feeling good about his game to release his schedule so early in the year.
Players normally wait a few weeks before the first round before deciding whether they will play in that specific tournament.
Woods also took the unprecedented decision to make his announcement on his Twitter account, where he has over four million followers.
The 116th-ranked golfer in the world made no mention of the PGA Championship that takes place in August.
His agent Mark Steinberg did, however, say he does expect his client to play in that tournament along with the others he mentioned.
With such a busy schedule planned, questions will be asked if his body will be able to handle such busy schedule having had stop start seasons over the last couple of years.