Tiger Woods updated his schedule on his website on Monday and added six events to his slate, with just one being a new event.
Woods will next play at The Memorial. He has won Jack Nicklaus' event four times, including three in a row from 1999-2001.
He will return to action two weeks after that at the U.S. Open Championship. Woods is a three-time winner of that tournament, which will be contested at the Olympic Club in San Francisco.
Following a one-week break, Woods will play back-to-back tournaments, starting with the AT&T National. That event returns to Congressional after a two-year stint at Aronimink Golf Club.
The AT&T benefits Woods' foundation. He won that title once in the first five years of the event.
The next week Woods will make his first appearance at The Greenbrier Classic. The third-year tourney moved to early July after it was played the final weekend in July last year.
Woods also added the British Open Championship and WGC-Bridgestone Invitational to his schedule. Woods has won the Open Championship three times, but shared 25th place in 2001, the last time the Open was played at this year's host venue, Royal Lytham & St. Annes.
The former world No. 1 is a seven-time winner of the Bridgestone Invitational. Prior to 2010, Woods' worst finish at that event was a tie for fourth. He shared 78th in 2010 and tied for 37th last year.