Police report: Golfer Tiger Woods found asleep at the wheel

A blood test found that Wood's blood alcohol level was.000, corroborating the claim in his Monday statement that "alcohol was not involved".

According to a police report obtained by TMZ, cops came upon Woods asleep in his auto with the engine running and his right blinker flashing.

The police report, which was obtained by local news station WPEC, said Woods had his seatbelt on and was "asleep behind the wheel and had to be woken up".

Asked if he would like to comment on Woods, Nicklaus initially joked: "No, not really".

The DUI probable cause affidavit from the Jupiter Police noted he "takes several prescriptions".

Along with the DUI, Woods was also cited for improper stopping, standing, or parking in an illegal place.

Woods said an "unexpected reaction" to prescription medicine - not alcohol - was the reason for his arrest.

In a statement published on his official website, the golf icon stated that he has acknowledged the gravity of his actions and takes full responsibility for all the consequences.

Police say Tiger Woods was asleep at the wheel but had no alcohol in his system when officers spotted his vehicle stopped along a Florida road. He finished the statement by saying that he wasn't fully aware that the mix of medications had affected him so much.

He apologized "with all my heart" to "my family, friends and the fans. And I wish him well", Nicklaus said.

The 41-year-old golfer was arrested Monday in Jupiter, where he has a home, and charged with DUI.

Wearing black athletic shorts and a white T-shirt, Woods told police he had returned from playing golf in Los Angeles.

It's unclear if Woods was given a breathalyzer at the time he was stopped by police. He has not won a major tournament since June 2008. He is out for the rest of the season while he recovers from fusion surgery on April 20 in Texas.

According to the police report, there is a dash-cam video of Monday's incident, which could also be made public soon.

He is due to appear in court to hear a charge on 5 July.