Tiger Woods is all set to follow up his fourth-place finish at the Masters with another showing in two weeks at the Quail Hollow Championship in Charlotte, North Carolina. On April 29, Woods will tee off on the event he won in 2007 and missed in 2008 while recovering from knee problems. His second tournament since his return will also mark his first time in front of a general ticket-buying audience since his November sex scandal, though tighter security may keep the hecklers out. After the last round of Sunday’s Masters, Woods said he was planning to “take a little time off and kind of re-evaluate things,” but this new commitment is a signal that he is back on the golf track and into a more normal routine. Earlier this week, Woods sent in his entry form for this summer’s U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.