There are no indications Tiger Woods was impaired in any way at the time of his crash, according to Sheriff Alex Villanueva in California. At most, the investigation could lead to an infraction if it's determined he was distracted, such as on a cell phone.
"We don't contemplate any charges whatsoever in this crash. This remains an accident. Accident is not a crime." ICYMI: Los Angeles County SheriffAlex Villanueva said his agency does not contemplate any charges in the crash that injured Tiger Woods