Tiger Woods is not the No. 1 golfer in the world, but this is his No. 1 visit to West Virginia and The Greenbrier Classic.
He said that finally committing to the Classic was about timing.
"A lot of it is how good a golf course is," said Woods. "You also have to have the right date for a lot of the players to play. We have tours that we play all around the world and so many different playing opportunities and it's tough to make it all work."
Woods won last week at the AT&T National, which moved him into second place on the PGA all-time wins list. The 74-time winner is set to tee off on his practice round at 7 a.m. Wednesday, July 4.