Tiger Woods’ Speed at the Time of His Crash Has Been Revealed

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Tiger Woods had a need, a need for speed. There’s still plenty of mystery surrounding Tiger Woods’ one car accident that happened back in February. Now we have a little bit more info. The “accident report” is not necessarily giving new details about what caused Woods to drive off the road in Southern California, the officials said. But speed was the major reason he crashed.

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Which we all assumed already.

Via TMZ:

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … Tiger was driving 83 MPH in a 45 zone at the time of the crash. This is why they say speed was the sole cause of the crash. We’re told Tiger waived his right of privacy and authorized the release of the accident report to the public.

Tiger Woods’ car crash was caused by excessive speed, but there may be more to the story that we may never know … TMZ has learned.

The L.A. County Sheriff’s Dept. will release the findings of their investigation Wednesday morning.

Sources with direct knowledge tell TMZ … Tiger was speeding when he lost control of his SUV and we’re told the Sheriff is hanging the cause of the accident squarely on speed.

TMZ reported that it was told the links legend will not be charged in the accident or issued any citations.

Conveniently for Tiger he has no recollection of what happened.

So he says. . .

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