Report lists 4 medications for Woods
- Author: Julie Sanders May 31, 2017,
May 31, 2017, 8:08
The jail released a booking photo of Woods in a white T-shirt.
A police spokeswoman said authorities stopped Woods at about 3 a.m. Monday as he drove southbound on Military Trail south of Indian Creek Parkway, near Dakota Drive and Jupiter Middle School.
"I feel bad for Tiger", Jack Nicklaus said.
More details about the Jupiter Island resident's arrest are expected to be released by police today.
Woods hasn't won a major tournament since 2008 when he clinched the US Open in sudden death over Rocco Mediate.
A police mugshot of Woods looking bleary-eyed and unshaven rapidly went viral, underscoring the protracted fall from grace which has befallen the superstar athlete once renowned as a clean-living, corporate pitchman.
Since his first back surgery on March 31, 2014, Woods has played just 19 worldwide events, with a single top-10 finish, seven missed cuts and three withdrawals.
"I just wish him the best, and I hope to see a good outcome from all of this, and I think he'll be OK".
The PGA Tour said it would not comment on Woods' arrest. The affidavit listed four medications, including Vicodin, that Woods reported taking. Other medicines, including over-the-counter allergy medicine or anti-anxiety medicines, can also cause drowsiness and include warnings about driving. He was wearing his seat belt, his vehicle was running, the brake lights were on and the right blinker was flashing, according to a police report. According to the report, police smelled alcohol on his breath and when demanded to take a breathalyzer, he refused. The report noted that the golfer changed his story about where he was going and where he was coming from, originally saying that he was coming from "L.A." and on his way to "Orange County" before stating that he had no idea where he was.
Woods' arraignment in Palm Beach County court on a DUI charge is scheduled for July 5.