The front bumper of Woods' Mercedes was damaged and both tires on the driver's side were flat, police said.
The officers notice that the athlete had fallen asleep behind the wheel, so they asked him to perform a field sobriety test, hence the footage we're talking about.
Tests corroborated Woods' claim that he did not have alcohol in his system and during the video he is seen to explain that the only drugs he has taken are those he is prescribed. Woods later said his condition was caused by prescription medications.
"I understand the severity of what I did, and I take full responsibility for my actions", he said. But Woods was arrested on DUI after stating afterward he had an unexpected reaction to a mix of prescription medications, including Vicodin. He was cited for DUI and improper parking, and will be arraigned on July 5. Nevertheless, the pair of officers who arrested Woods mentioned he was willing to cooperate. When asked to walk a straight line by going heel-to-toe nine times, Woods staggered from the starting position.
Woods, a 14-time major champion, has not played professionally in months and has been recovering from back injuries. He failed four of five field sobriety tests, the affidavit said, and was charged with driving under the influence. When he did, he leaned forward after losing his balance.He couldn't follow a red light the officer moved from side to side.
At one point during the stop, an officer tells Tiger he smells the "odor" of alcohol on him - though Woods insists he did not drink.
He was arrested about 3 a.m. and released a few hours later on his own recognizance with no bond, according to records.
In his statement, Woods apologized to family, friends and fans.