Tiger Woods is a couple of weeks away from competing in major golf again, as the 2019 Masters champion will be playing in the PGA Championship, which has been moved up to May this year.
The initial groupings for the second major of the 2019 season have been announced. Woods' one is pretty great.
The PGA Championship is pairing Woods with the last two major champions.
Woods, the 2019 Masters winner, will be playing with Brooks Koepka (2018 PGA Championship winner) and Francesco Molinari (2018 The Open winner).
Get your popcorn ready.
Woods has had some major success at the site of the 2019 PGA Championship, too.
This year's PGA will be played at Bethpage Black in New York. He won the U.S. Open at this course in 2002 and finished sixth at the same event in 2006.
Woods has a 70.17 scoring average through 12 tournament rounds at the course.
The 2019 PGA Championship will begin on May 16.