It will be the first time Woods has played in the event owned by his charity foundation since it moved last year to the Bahamas and the Albany resort`s par-72, 7,267-yard Ernie Els-designed course.
Teenager Aditi shared the lead with Nanna Koerstz Madsen from Denmark at 12-under-par heading into the final round at Doha Golf Club.
This is Chawrasia's fourth Asian Tour triumph besides three wins on the European Tour.
Indian golfer Aditi Ashok entered history books on Sunday by clinching the Indian Open title with which she also became the first Indian to win a Ladies European Tour event.
The Indian challenge will be led by Aditi Ashok, Hero Order of Merit leader Amandeep Drall, and local professional Vani Kapoor.
Aditi finished at three-under 285 and in tied-46th place, after being pulled down by one triple bogey and two doubles in the last three rounds.
At 17 years and five months, Karandeep became the youngest player to win on the PGTI, bettering Shubhankar Sharma's feat in Kochi two years ago
This next event is the Hero Women's Indian Open, which is Aditi's home tournament, where she recorded a top 10 finish as an amateur four years ago.
Woods had already hoped to play in the Bahamas despite the concerns over his form, which prompted him to withdraw from the Safeway in Napa.
The defending champion Victor Dubuisson, who won in 2013, is also in the field.
Tiger Woods was originally on the entry list but withdrew a month ago after electing to delay his comeback from injury until December.
Atwal after a first round 71 was again at one-under when he doubled bogeyed the par-5 14th and did not manage to get those two shots back in the remaining four holes.
The only consolation for Lahiri was a good start to the 2016-17 season, which also produced his career-best finish at tied 3rd, bettering his tied 5th at 2015 PGA Championships.
Jeev, who is playing this week on an invite, shot an even par 71 to go alongside his first round 69 to total two-under 140 for 36 holes.
She is now Tied-14th, following on three straight Top-10 finishes on the Ladies European Tour.
Hansie Cronje was the toughest bowler I have faced. He was tricky to play. Even when I am set, when I see Hansie coming in to bowl I used to tell myself, anybody but him.