Tiger Woods will take on the girls in a charity golf event in Japan in November when he tackles three leading female players.
Woods, who barely qualified for his own charity tournament, will take part in “Challenge! Tiger Woods” at the Masters Golf Club in Miki City against JLPGA Tour members Miho Koga, Shinobu Moromizato and Rui Kitada.
Woods took part in a 2006 charity event at the same club to help boost the development of youth golf in Japan.
Woods will return to US PGA action October 6-9 at the Frys.com Open in San Martin, California, and travels to Asia before joining the US team in trying to retain the Presidents Cup against an International side in November at Royal Melbourne Golf Club.
Woods fell three spots to 49th in the world rankings released on Monday, but remains eligible for the Chevron World Challenge charity event he will host December 1-4 at Sherwood Country Club in Southern California.
The annual event to benefit Woods’ foundation is limited to players ranked in the top 50 in the world as of Monday after a deal two years ago that allows world ranking points to be offered at the tournament.