Woods was paid US$3 million just for playing the Australian Masters in Melbourne in November but local government officials said his appearance provided them with a financial windfall.
Victoria state tourism minister Tim Holding said the American was welcome back anytime, despite the revelations about his personal life, after his appearance injected A$34 million (US$31 million) into the local economy, almost double the initial forecast.
"We have made it clear that Tiger is welcome to come play golf any time in Victoria," Holding told reporters on Tuesday. "The question of what Tiger Woods does in the future is a matter for him, we respect that and he is always welcome to play here."
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