Woods has not featured on tour since the conclusion of the Players Championship on May 10, and has only taken part in four events in the first eight months of the 2014/15 season.
The 39-year-old will tee off at the Memorial Tournament in Ohio on Thursday before heading to the US Open at the Chambers Bay Golf Club in mid-June, and the Greenbrier Classic in early July.
Woods will then move over to the United Kingdom for the British Open at St. Andrews from July 16 and return to the Virginia to play in the Quicken Loans National before rounding off his summer run with an appearance at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
With one eye n the US Open, Woods headed to Washington on Monday for a round at Chambers Bay.
— Steve Sloboda (@stevesloboda) June 1, 2015
The former world number one has struggled thus far in 2015, with a tie for 17th at the Masters his best finish in a campaign that has been punctuated by an 82 at the Phoenix Open and a withdrawal from the Farmers Insurance Open.