Woods was the youngest player on the US team in 1998 when the Presidents Cup was last held at Royal Melbourne which makes him one of few players on American captain Fred Couples' team who has firsthand knowledge of the venue.
"The greens are very quick," Woods said on TigerWoods.com.
"Probably more firm than quick. There's definitely a lot of run-out in the greens and we gotta pay attention to that this week."
Woods added that he should have no problem putting on a speedy surface.
"My stroke is more suited to faster greens," he said.
"I just feel more comfortable."
Woods has every right to be feeling confident at the moment. The former world No. 1 comes into the Presidents Cup on the back of a strong third-place finish last week in the Australian Open in Sydney - it marked the first time he had been in contention to win a tournament since the US Masters.
"I'm finally healthy," Woods said.
"It's good to be able to practice. It's good to be in the flow of competitive golf again."
Woods is expected to team up with Steve Stricker for the Foursomes format of the competition.