Tiger Woods: Martin Kaymer criticises 'nasty' reaction to golfer's arrest

Tiger Woods: Martin Kaymer criticises 'nasty' reaction to golfer's arrest

The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office released video footage of Tiger Woods while he was in custody early Monday morning after being arrested for allegedly driving under the influence. And we wish him well.

It happened after Florida police found Mr. Woods asleep in his vehicle stopped on a roadway, with brake lights and a turn signal on and two shredded tires. A breath test registered 0.0 for alcohol, corroborating what Woods said in a statement issued Monday evening.

Woods will have an arraignment hearing July 5. Police also released photos of his auto that showed both tires flat with minor damage around the bumpers.

The American said it was because of a reaction to medication.

But wait. Maybe it was Mr. Woods appearance in the White House with President Obama some years ago that explains Thursday's report on Mr Woods by Fox News - regarded by some as the supreme commander of allied forces right.

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Inevitably, there was a good deal of surmise in the aftermath of the incident, because of the particular grimness of Woods' mugshot, and the fact that he has not won a Golf competition since 2013. Woods offered an apology via a statement and said he took responsibility for his actions. "Because I really do want to play against him at his best, and I want him to be healthy".

Footage shot in Palm Beach County Jail shows the golfer in barefoot, wearing shorts and a long sleeve t-shirt, as the arresting officer tells a sergeant he did not see Woods take any substances. "If indeed he is taking multiple medicines and they interacted with each other and knocked him out and he didn't anticipate it then I think he fully recovers", said Zimbalist.

"I can't unlock my two bracelets", Woods slurs, confused by his handcuffs.

"I'm concerned about him", said Steve Stricker, the Presidents Cup captain who chose Woods as one of his assistants. The surgery means he is out for the rest of the PGA Tour season.

He attempted a comeback after more than a year away from the game late in 2016 but played in just three tournaments.

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