World number two Tiger Woods will return to Malaysia later this year to take part in the CIMB Classic.
The 36-year-old last played in the Southeast Asian country in 1999 when he won the individual and team titles in the 1999 World Cup, but he will be back there in October.
The CIMB Classic, which will be played at The Mines Resort in Kuala Lumpur from October 25-28, is a relatively new event as it made its debut on the Asian Tour only two seasons ago.
However, it will become a fully-fledged PGA Tour event from 2013 when the Tour begins its new season after the FedEx Cup competition.
"I haven't been back to Malaysia since '99, so that's one reason I want to go back," said Woods. "It's nice to go back to a place where I've already played and won."
Defending champion Bo Van Pelt and Ben Crane, who won the inaugural event, will also return.
Dato Sri Nazir Razak, group chief executive of CIMB Group, added: "The early confirmations will give this year's event great early momentum.
"Ben and Bo have developed a good local following, and Tiger will be a huge draw."
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