CNBC: Tiger Woods was speeding as fast as 87 mph before car crash, cops say
Tiger Woods was speeding as fast as 87 mph, or more than 45 mph faster than the legal speed limit, before his SUV crashed in late February in southern California, badly injuring the golf legend, police said Wednesday.
Tiger Woods will reportedly not receive any citations or face any charges in connection with the crash.
LA County Sheriff announced that the cause of the Tiger Woods traffic accident was due to high speed. Woods was not tested for impairment because the responding officers said there was no evidence of any impairment. No alcohol or medication was found in the vehicle pic.twitter.com/WwX0oii77b