Tiger Woods is facing a long road to recovery from the injuries he sustained in this week's car crash. However, one thing he won’t have to deal with is criminal charges.
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said that since the area where the incident occurred was known for accidents, his department wouldn’t be filing any charges.
It's also been determined that Tiger wasn’t drunk or under the influence of anything at the time. It's still unclear if he was using his cell phone– or was otherwise distracted behind the wheel. If so, he could be cited.
An insider said, “[Tiger] doesn't want his career to end like this. So if there's any way at all that he can continue playing golf, he will.”