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Nicklaus on Woods' arrest: 'I feel bad for Tiger'
October 21 2017, 12:14 | Van Peters
Police in Jupiter, Florida say in their arrestreport that they found Woods' 2015 Mercedes-Benz off the side of the road with its "brake lights illuminated and right turn signal flashing".
The report also states Woods was "co-operative as much as possible", but that he had "very slurred" speech and had trouble performing several "roadside tasks". In fact, per recent reports, he blew a 0.00 in the breath test police gave him. He said he understands the severity of the incident and takes full responsibility.
"Obviously I don't really know what happened, what went on", Nicklaus said. What happened was an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications.
Woods has 79 career victories on the PGA Tour, second only to Sam Snead. She posted the bikini photo on Instagram with a caption, "Thankful for great friends and fun adventures but keeping my eyes on the horizon". He needs our help.
Rist added, "I think he's a good person, and clearly he's a good father, and he's going through a hard time, and I think people should offer support instead of applauding his downfall".
It was the first of many questions about Woods posed to Nicklaus on Tuesday, and after a moment, the Golden Bear did indeed comment.
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Woods has not won a major championship since the 2008 US Open.