According to the most recent player commitment list at the tournament's website, Tiger Woods has committed to playing in the PGA Tour's 2015-16 season-opening event, the Frys.com Open in Napa, Calif.
If that's the case, Woods will join Rory McIlroy -- who committed to appearing earlier this summer -- as two of the big names who have accepted invitations to play at the Silverado Resort and Spa next month.
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Several others, including Justin Rose and Brandt Snedeker, have given indications that they'd like to play, but haven't formally committed to the field.
Sang-Moon Bae -- who is facing compulsory military service in his native South Korea -- is the defending champion. He won by two strokes over Stephen Bowditch.
As the first tournament in the Tour's "wraparound schedule," the event pays FedExCup points.
This won't be Woods' first trip to the Napa Valley. He played in the 2011 tournament as a tune-up after being selected as a Presidents Cup captain's pick that fall.
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Not surprisingly, ticket sales for the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, N.C., jumped significantly when Woods decided to enter at the last minute. Tournament organizers in Napa are expecting similar response there.