Tiger Woods will make his first PGA Tour start since February at next week's Memorial Tournament.
The 15-time major winner pulled out of the Players Championship in March with a back injury before the coronavirus shutdown.
Professional men's golf in the US has resumed behind closed doors and Woods is set to resume his season in Ohio from 16-19 July.
"I've missed going out and competing with the guys," said Woods, 44.
"I can't wait to get back out there.
" Woods, who has won the Memorial Tournament five times, finished 68th in his last PGA Tour appearance at the Genesis Open in February.
He last played publicly in a charity match that saw him and Peyton Manning beat Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady in an event that raised $20m (£16.
4m) for coronavirus relief efforts in the United States.
Woods is aiming to defend the Masters title he won for a fifth time in 2019 when the rescheduled tournament takes place from 12-15 November at Augusta National.
The rearranged USPGA Championship is now set to be the first major of the year in San Francisco from 6-9 August and the US Open is to be played at Winged Foot in New York State from 17-20 September, while the Open Championship has been cancelled.