As previously reported, Woods was arrested on May 29, 2017 outside of Jupiter, Fla., on suspicion of driving under the influence after he was allegedly caught asleep at the wheel.
As Woods tried to tie the laces of his shoe, after a police officer had pointed out to him his left shoe was untied, he proceeds to untie the wrong side of his shoe instead.
The police photos of Woods' 2015 black S63 AMG Mercedes (which sold for a base retail price of about $235,000) show minor damage to the front bumper on the driver's side, as well as scuffs and scratches on the rear bumper.
The video shows Woods being asked if he knew where he was coming from, to which he responded "Jupiter".
At one point in the sobriety tests Woods asks, "What are we doing?"
In a statement he released Monday, Woods claimed that he was suffering from "an unexpected reaction to prescription medications".
In the dash cam footage, Woods is asked by officers to recite his ABCs.
The video, which includes clear dialogue of the conversation between Woods and the officers who found him, shows the legendary golfer having a tough time figuring out where he is or what is going on.
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Woods blew a 0.0 on a breath test for alcohol.
When the officer asks Woods where he had been, the 14-time major champion says, "LA".
This was corroborated by the police tests despite officers describing his state as confused and his speech as "slow, mumbled and slurred".
Following the DUI charges, the first court hearing for Tiger Woods has been scheduled for July 5.
He was arrested about 3 a.m. and released a few hours later on his own recognizance with no bond, according to records.
The 41-year-old underwent back surgery for the fourth time in three years in April.
The golfer, who is a 14-time Major champion, is now taking medication to recover from his fourth back surgery.
He apologised to his family, friends and fans, adding he would "do everything" in his power "to ensure this never happens again". Woods later said his condition was caused by prescription medications.