Tiger Woods is getting some help for his swing as he prepares to return to competition.

Woods announced Saturday on Twitter that Dallas-based Chris Como will be working and consulting with him on his swing. Woods did not identify Como as his fourth swing coach as a pro.

Woods said three months ago he had fired Sean Foley.

He has played sparingly this year because of health issues. Woods missed three months recovering from back surgery, and he has not played since the PGA Championship as he tries to get stronger.

Woods says he met Como through good friend Notah Begay. Como works at Gleneagles Country Club outside Dallas. Golf Digest magazine listed him among its best young teachers in 2013.