'I don't know when we could get that implemented,' Woods said. 'Tomorrow would be fine with me.'
Woods did not say he thought anyone was using steroids, but said it could be a problem in the future.
'I think we should be proactive instead of reactive,' he said. 'I just think we should be ahead of it and keep our sport as pure as can be. This is a great sport, and it's always been clean.'
Woods' comments came one day after PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem said he saw no need for drug testing in golf without evidence that any players are using steroids.
Woods compared the situation to the PGA Tour testing thin-faced drivers that exceeded regulations for the trampoline effect, known as the coefficient of restitution (COR). He suggested in 2003 that some players were using hot drivers. By the following year, tour officials had a tool that measured COR, although drivers were not tested unless another player asked.
'Just like the driver situation, we were reactive there instead of proactive,' Woods said.