Johnson is No. 2 in driving distance, while Woods is 13th. At the Chevron World Challenge, Johnson teed off on the 11th hole while Woods was on the 17th tee. He watched Johnson pound a tee shot and shook his head.
Woodland is No. 8, although he has been hitting more irons off the tee this year.
Woodland hit a 337-yard drive uphill on the par-5 fifth hole in winning at Innisbrook last week.
The trio tees off at 12:56 p.m. on Thursday.