Police have released a new video showing Tiger Woods slumped on a chair and taking a breathalyser test following his arrest for suspicion of driving under the influence. Why don't you try to do the opposite and help him now in the way he inspired us?.
Woods, a resident of Jupiter Island, has not played professionally while recovering from back surgery in April, his fourth such procedure since 2014.
Two breath tests at the police station confirmed he had no alcohol in his blood.
Woods is scheduled to be arraigned July 5 in Palm Beach County on the DUI charge. It was later determined that a mix of prescription medications caused his mental and physical disorientation behind the wheel. When the officer points out that Woods' shoe is untied, Woods places his right foot on the front of the police vehicle and starts to fiddle with the laces.
However, Kaymer believes the criticism Woods has received for the incident is unfair.
In a two-minute video, posted to his Twitter account, Kaymer said: 'Obviously a lot of people know what happened to Tiger Woods the last few days, few weeks.
While Woods passed a breathalyzer, he failed a number of field sobriety tests, according to police reports. Woods, wearing a long-sleeved white shirt, dark shorts and a golf cap, was told by police that he did not have to walk anywhere.
"I want the public to know that alcohol was not involved", Woods said.
A tour spokesman declined to comment on whether Woods is subject to any penalty "conduct unbecoming", keeping to the longtime PGA Tour policy of not discussing whether players are disciplined.
She then asks Woods, who appears to be sleeping on his feet, to try again. In the video above, Woods can be seen slurring his speech while answering questions at the Palm Beach County Jail, and moving sluggishly.
He has not played competitively since pulling out of the Dubai Desert Classic with back spasms at the start of February.