WINDERMERE, Fla. (AP) — A police officer who responded to Tiger Woods' car accident found $235 in the vehicle and two iron golf clubs on the ground next to a golf cart.
The Windermere officer said in a report released Monday that Woods was at first unresponsive. The officer, whose name wasn't released, said the world's No. 1 golfer then tried to stand up before the officer told him to lie down. Woods was bleeding from cut lips but was breathing normally. His wife, Elin, was standing over him.
The report released in response to state public records requests showed the cash was in the center console of Woods' Cadillac Escalade.
The Florida Highway Patrol last week closed its inquiry into the Nov. 27 crash. Woods was charged with careless driving. Several women have since claimed affairs with him.