Don't expect him to be the crowd pleaser, dancing in bunkers while providing hilarious running commentary, like Bill Murray.

We know Justin Verlander.

And, no doubt, he will be out to win.

The Tigers ace on Thursday officially joined the field of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, set for early next month in California.

"Can't wait!" Verlander wrote on Twitter.

The tournament made the announcement, along with the additions of Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and actor Josh Duhamel.

This will be Verlander's first appearance in the event, which teams celebrity amateurs with a PGA Tour professional.

It's one of the most popular non-major tournaments on the Tour, because of the celebrity factor.

Verlander's PGA Tour partner isn't yet known.

Giants ace Matt Cain is the other baseball player currently committed.

The tournament runs Feb. 7-10, and will air on CBS.

If Verlander and his partner make the cut to the final round — you just know he'll be disappointed if they don't — he'll be scrambling to get back to Lakeland, Fla.

The Tigers' first full pitchers/catchers workout is scheduled for Feb. 12.

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