On Thursday, police released footage of Woods stumbling and swaying through a sobriety test in front of his vehicle before he is arrested. The athlete appears dazed throughout the entire video.
"I expect more from myself, too", he added. He initially told the officer he was coming from Los Angeles for a golf trip before changing his story and saying he didn't know where he was.
The female officer can be heard telling Woods that he blew.000 on the breathalyzer tests and that it did not detect any alcohol on his breath.
The golfer fails the field sobriety tests, which are created to determine whether someone is fit to be behind the wheel, and the damage to his vehicle is further evidence that he wasn't fit to be piloting a auto.
Woods was found asleep behind the wheel with the engine still running, according to a police report.
Woods is recovering from his fourth back surgery in April to alleviate ongoing pain in his back and leg. He is due to appear in court in Palm Beach County on 5 July.
While seated and handcuffed, Wood agrees to a urine test but asks, "How am I going to hold it?"
Slurring his words as he tried to answer questions from police, Tiger could barely stand up and kept weaving and bobbing, failing to walk a straight line barefoot after removing his sneakers.
German Kaymer, also a former world No 1, posted a video of himself on Twitter in which he said: "A lot of people know what happened to Tiger Woods the last few days, few weeks and there are so many comments, so many opinions, they're so unfair and very disrespectful in my opinion".
Damage to the vehicle included two flat tires on the driver's side, scrapes and scuffs on the rear bumper, and the right rear tail light was out. The golfer has blamed his condition - which led to an arrest near his home and charges of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol - on an adverse reaction to prescription medications.