Tiger Woods might not be playing much golf these days, but he sure is hosting a lot of tournaments. In addition to the three he already is involved with—the Quicken Loans National in June, the Tiger Woods Invitational at Pebble Beach in October (a private event for big donors to his foundation), and the World Challenge in December—he's backing a series of amateur tournaments, the Tiger Woods Charity Playoffs, at some of the best private clubs in the country with all proceeds going to his foundation. For $500 per player on most courses, a $1,000 charity pledge, and a fundraising goal, two-person teams with the best low net and gross score from each regional site, along with any team that raises $10,000 or more, qualify for the Charity Playoff Finals on Dec. 1–2 at Walt Disney World Resort. Finalists gets two days of golf, two nights in the Four Seasons Resort, a private exhibition with Woods and other PGA Tour pros, and clubhouse credentials to the World Challenge, which is moving from Southern California to Isleworth in Orlando this year. The grand prize, however, will go to the team that raises the most money: They'll get pro-am spots in the three PGA Tour-sanctioned events for 2015. The first qualifier takes place May 27 at Cascata in Las Vegas. Other courses include Congressional (June 2), Merion (June 9), Sherwood Country Club (Sept. 15) and Myopia Hunt (Oct. 16).