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Jack Nicklaus: Tiger Woods 'needs our help' after arrest on suspicion of  DUI

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Woods was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail after he was arrested by police in Jupiter, Fla. He was later released on his own recognizance.
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DUBLIN, Ohio – A concerned Jack Nicklaus said Tiger Woods “needs our help” after the 14-time major champion was arrested on suspicion of  DUI.

“I’m a fan of Tiger’s. I’m a friend of Tiger’s. And I feel bad for him,” Nicklaus said Tuesday in his annual meeting with the media ahead of Thursday’s start of the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club. “I think that he’s struggling. And I wish him well. I hope he gets out of it and I hope he plays golf again. He needs a lot of support from a lot of people.

“And I’ll be one of them.”

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