Tiger Woods commits to play in Greenbrier Classic

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. (AP) Tiger Woods has added the Greenbrier Classic in West Virginia to his summer schedule.

The tournament announced Wednesday that Woods has committed to the PGA Tour event at The Greenbrier resort starting July 2.

Woods missed the cut in his only appearance in 2012.

Jack Nicklaus said earlier this month that Woods told him he would be at the Memorial, which is June 4-7.

On his website and Twitter feed, Woods said he's also playing in the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay, the British Open at St. Andrews and the Quicken Loans National in late July.

Woods is No. 116 in the world and did not qualify for the Match Play Championship this week in San Francisco. His next tournament is The Players Championship starting May 7.

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