Tiger Woods Has Been Arrested For A Reason You Just Can’t Imagine

According to authorities in Florida, former world number one golfer Tiger Woods has been arrested on charges of driving under the influence.

Woods who lives on Jupiter Island, was apparently arrested around 3am Monday morning on the Military Trail south of Indian Creek Parkway. Tiger Woods was released at 10:50 am after being held for nearly eight hours. In a statement after the arrest Tiger Woods is believed to have said that an unexpected reaction to prescription medication and not alcohol led to his arrest.

Mr Woods went on to say he understood the severity of the situation and takes full responsibility for his actions.
A spokeswoman for the police would not disclose any details that led to the arrest nor reveal whether the charges against him involved drugs or alcohol.

This is not Tiger Woods first encounter with police, as back in 2009 on Thanksgiving Day, he crashed his Cadillac Escalade SUV into a fire hydrant, tree and hedges next to the driveway of his then home in Orlando Florida. Intense Media speculation followed the events leading Tiger Woods to release a statement taking responsibility for the accident.

Back injuries have plagued Woods over the last few years and recently underwent his fourth medical procedure in three years having fusion surgery on his back. Undergoing intense rehab sessions Woods is determined to back to full health and fitness and return to the golf course.

Tiger Woods is one of the most successful and highly paid golfers of all time. Honing his talents in a junior, college and amateur career Woods had turned professional by the end of 1996. Winning his first major tournament, The Masters in April 1997, a record breaking performance where he won by 12 strokes over the rest of the field.

Tiger Woods reached the number one spot that same year in June after less than a year on the professional circuit.
Tiger went on to dominate golf in the 2000’s. Between August 1999 and September 2004, and a gain from June 2005 to October 2010, Woods was the top ranked golfer in the world.