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Tiger busted for DUI
cogolfer1
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That couldn't have been good for his back. What a great mugshot. http://deadspin.com/tiger-wood..
njgolfer
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# 1    5/29/2017 12:59:51 PM   
I wonder how "Steiny" is going to bury this one. Awful lot of hush money to get these reports "reported misplaced or missing".


HIGH_LANDER
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# 2    5/29/2017 2:19:37 PM   
ok, and. Australian Steven David Bowditch, 33, had a blood-alcohol content exceeding 0.20 percent when police took him into custody about 1:10 a.m., said Sgt. Ben Hoster, a Scottsdale police spokesman. Hoster said Bowditch was booked into jail "due to the fact that he is an out-of-state resident."


HIGH_LANDER
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# 3    5/29/2017 2:21:12 PM   
ok, and. PGA Tour winner and rising star Dustin Johnson was arrested Monday and charged with driving under the influence in South Carolina, police said.


HIGH_LANDER
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# 4    5/29/2017 2:27:42 PM   
it's a sad, sad, sad, day when these young players go out and make mistakes in their lives. wish someone in their life, would help them, but they don't want their help.so moving on, glad they got caught and arrested for their actions. DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE. CALL UBER


Mongo68
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# 5    5/29/2017 7:20:22 PM   

ok, and. PGA Tour winner and rising star Dustin Johnson was arrested Monday and charged with driving under the influence in South Carolina, police said.


Dude! That was 8 years ago! Watch what your copy and pasting.


HIGH_LANDER
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# 6    5/29/2017 8:01:25 PM   


ok, and. PGA Tour winner and rising star Dustin Johnson was arrested Monday and charged with driving under the influence in South Carolina, police said.


Dude! That was 8 years ago! Watch what your copy and pasting.


Sorry, bout that Dom.


Xtrm10
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# 7    5/30/2017 2:00:40 PM   
Well athletes are human after all.. He seems to be taking more heat for a DUI than most football players take for a failing drug test after drug test or getting arrested for violent crimes. get well and get back Tiger, Golf needs you


JayPet
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# 8    5/31/2017 5:58:48 AM   
As info comes out and things start to reveal themselves, it's amazing how quickly people will jump to conclusions. For 2 days it was all about Tiger's inability to control himself and out on the town closing out bars. Now there is no alcohol involved and he is addicted to prescription meds and has a big problem as a pill popper.

Can't win either way and people are just standing in line to rip a guy.


njgolfer
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# 9    5/31/2017 6:25:53 AM   

As info comes out and things start to reveal themselves, it's amazing how quickly people will jump to conclusions. For 2 days it was all about Tiger's inability to control himself and out on the town closing out bars. Now there is no alcohol involved and he is addicted to prescription meds and has a big problem as a pill popper.

Can't win either way and people are just standing in line to rip a guy.


Jumping to conclusions is common in this 24 hour news cycle world. I only want to provide one caveat. Yes it is true that he did not test positive for alcohol, but that doesn't mean that sometime prior alcohol was not consumed. I have read thousands of investigative reports and lab analysis's over my 30 years and one thing stuck out as to the sobriety tests. The initial stop was at 2:03 AM but the sobriety tests were not administered until 4:22 AM a period of close to 2.5 hours later. I am not saying that Tiger went on a bender but it cannot be ruled out that he may have had one , and I emphasize one drink, which caused the reaction but never registered hours later in a breathalyzer test. That being said when the toxicologist report is completed and if it shows positive results for prescription drugs then I hope Tiger comes to his senses and seeks the proper help as he may be headed down the road of no return.


JayPet
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# 10    5/31/2017 8:05:22 AM   


As info comes out and things start to reveal themselves, it's amazing how quickly people will jump to conclusions. For 2 days it was all about Tiger's inability to control himself and out on the town closing out bars. Now there is no alcohol involved and he is addicted to prescription meds and has a big problem as a pill popper.

Can't win either way and people are just standing in line to rip a guy.


Jumping to conclusions is common in this 24 hour news cycle world. I only want to provide one caveat. Yes it is true that he did not test positive for alcohol, but that doesn't mean that sometime prior alcohol was not consumed. I have read thousands of investigative reports and lab analysis's over my 30 years and one thing stuck out as to the sobriety tests. The initial stop was at 2:03 AM but the sobriety tests were not administered until 4:22 AM a period of close to 2.5 hours later. I am not saying that Tiger went on a bender but it cannot be ruled out that he may have had one , and I emphasize one drink, which caused the reaction but never registered hours later in a breathalyzer test. That being said when the toxicologist report is completed and if it shows positive results for prescription drugs then I hope Tiger comes to his senses and seeks the proper help as he may be headed down the road of no return.


OR he could be telling the truth. Nobody believes that option right now, and that's too bad.


ByeByeBirdie
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# 11    5/31/2017 9:23:34 AM   
Perhaps Tiger was returning from a Skittles party.


Don Freeman
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# 12    5/31/2017 2:28:38 PM   
I always love watching and listening to people who weren't there thinking they have all the answers. Very entertaining. I will wait for Tiger to tell the world his side when he's ready. Even then I couldn't give a rats ass either way. Just doesn't concern me.
By the way, for what it's worth, I take heart rhythm medication 3 times a day and will do so for life. I also take a beta blocker to slow my heart rate and fight atrial flutter. Its a regiment I have done for over three years and seems to work for me. Two weeks ago I injured my neck fairly severely. I was prescribed muscle relaxers to be taken every 8 hours. It took about 5 days or so before I noticed that I was basically a walking zombie. Had to skip a few days and continue. I never thought the mix of prescribed medications would do that to me. And no, I don't drink. So I won't pass judgment either way.


JayPet
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# 13    6/1/2017 6:09:27 AM   

I always love watching and listening to people who weren't there thinking they have all the answers. Very entertaining. I will wait for Tiger to tell the world his side when he's ready. Even then I couldn't give a rats ass either way. Just doesn't concern me.
By the way, for what it's worth, I take heart rhythm medication 3 times a day and will do so for life. I also take a beta blocker to slow my heart rate and fight atrial flutter. Its a regiment I have done for over three years and seems to work for me. Two weeks ago I injured my neck fairly severely. I was prescribed muscle relaxers to be taken every 8 hours. It took about 5 days or so before I noticed that I was basically a walking zombie. Had to skip a few days and continue. I never thought the mix of prescribed medications would do that to me. And no, I don't drink. So I won't pass judgment either way.


I know Don pretty well and can verify the Walking Zobie part. (Did I read that wrong?). ;)


FloydDBarber
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# 14    6/1/2017 6:21:38 PM   
Anyone see the dash cam? He was steppin' but his feet weren't in on it.


Don Freeman
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# 15    6/1/2017 8:00:25 PM   
Too bad there are no white lines on my bedroom floor, cuz that's the way I wake up every morning........


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