Woods, who owns a home in Jupiter Island, Fla., and Trump were expected to tee off with two club members, according to Golf Digest. The course and Wood's home are not far from Trump's posh Mar-a-Lago resort where he and his family have been spending the holidays and where he lives part-time.
On the campaign trail, Trump mocked President Barack Obama for playing too much golf and suggesting he was neglecting his presidential duties.
"He played more golf last year than Tiger Woods," Trump said at a campaign rally in December 2015. "We don't have time for this. We have to work.
"I love golf, I think it's one of the greats, but I don't have time."
Obama has played more than 300 rounds while in office, eventually working his way down to a 13 handicap, according to Golf Digest.
Trump's company owns more than a dozen golf courses around the world. Golf Digest recently listed Trump with a 2.8 handicap and suggested he could be "the best-ever golfer president."
Earlier this month, Woods returned from a 15-month layoff -- due to a recovery from multiple back surgeries -- at the Hero World Challenge in Nassau, Bahamas. He shot a second-round 65 before a final-round 76 dropped him to 15th place in the 18-player field.