Tiger Woods has revealed he’ll go spearfishing when he retires.
The Masters champion defined he prefers to not be round folks and enjoys the isolation that comes with spearfishing.
Woods shocked the hosts when he used an expletive to clarify his retirement plans.
He instructed Australian radio present ‘Triple M’s Scorching Breakfast’: “For me, it’ll be easy, I really like spearfishing. I really like being within the water, I really like looking.
“I like happening looking journeys, fishing journeys and diving journeys so to me, simply being out in nature is the f***** final finest.
“I don’t like being round lots of people, in that regard. I wish to be out in nature as a result of that’s what I grew up, that’s what I do.
“Golf is always out in nature so to me, that’s the ultimate best.”
Woods spoke to the radio present for 50 minutes and supplied some recommendation to newbie golfers.
He mentioned: “To get higher, I might say greater than something, attempt to make little swings and construct up, increase swings however hit the ball in the midst of the face.
“That’s one thing I stress with each single junior golfer and each newbie, begin with slightly pitch shot 10 yards, after which 20, 30. Work your approach out and attempt to hit the ball in the midst of the face.
“If you can find the middle of the face consistently, your game is going to improve by so many shots, you’re going to enjoy the game so much more, but if you can’t find the middle of the face it’s going to be quite frustrating, and this game is frustrating enough.”
Woods not too long ago tied Sam Snead’s report of 82 PGA tour victories after successful the Zozo Championship in Japan.
The 43-year-old’s victory at Augusta took his main tally to 15, simply three behind Jack Nicklaus’ all time report of 18.