The Shark played the Palm Springs, Calif., event back in 2012, when he withdrew after rounds of 72-71. The 58-year-old did not play a PGA Tour event this past season.
“It became very obvious that President Clinton’s leadership and vision was going to re-energize this tournament back to its once iconic state,” Norman said of his appearance in 2012. “I am looking forward to coming back in 2014, and I consider it an honor to play and support President Clinton, his Foundation and the Humana Challenge.”
Other players to commit to the Jan. 16-19 event include Bill Haas, Brandt Snedeker, Keegan Bradley, Rickie Fowler, Jimmy Walker and Zach Johnson, who won last week’s Northwestern Mutual World Challenge. Brian Gay is the defending champion.
Golf Channel personality Holly Sonders will participate in the amateur portion of the competition.