London, Nov.16 (ANI): Having come out on top Down Under in the Australian Masters, golfing great Tiger Woods has said he would love to play and win in Antarctica, the last frontier.
He finished on 14 under, two shots clear of Aussie Greg Chalmers.
The Sun quoted Woods, as saying: "Now I've won on every continent, except Antarctica."
The world No 1 said that he was very proud of the way he had played this year, especially towards the end of the season.
He has also tipped China to become a golfing powerhouse in the next few years.
"China has done pretty much the same thing in every other sport, except for golf. It will be interesting to see what will happen if they make a push towards that, and if they do then there"s no question they will become a powerhouse in golf," The Mirror quoted Woods, as saying.
"With the populous and with the amount of golf courses being constructed, the game is obviously exploding over here. So, it is just a matter of time," he added. (ANI)