I bet against that for a couple of reasons.
First of all, in this day and age there's virtually zero tolerance for DUI, and rightfully so, regardless of celebrity. In addition, all police vehicles in Florida now have dash cams that are automatically on when the emergency lights are activated. Many jurisdictions now outfit officers with body cams as well. As a result, everything an officer does is subject to close review....and if you pull over a car for erratic driving at 3am, that is found to be registered to Tiger Woods, I guaran-damn-tee that it's going to get reviewed...
The discretion that cops once had in a lot of these types of situations just doesn't exist any more. No cop is likely to risk his career by letting an obvious DUI slide these days, even if it is a celebrity. Maybe especially then.
For the average golfer, getting a driver "that won't hurt your game" is critical. Getting fitted forces you to take a look at what really works, rather than what you think works.
As for tech, a lot of it has been incremental change, with an occasional tech bubble that may or may not take off. Depends on when "recent" starts....
2004: TM R7 driver features adjustable weights in the head to help shape ball flight.
2008: Muzuno MP600 driver features "fast track" slots in the sole that let you move weighted screws to left or right. It was going on clearance about the time I got fitted for my Callaway HyperX Tour driver.
2012: TM goes with "loft up" ... touting high-launch, low-spin drivers as the route to exceptional distance. Several OEMs start making mini-drivers. TM also adds SLDR and Jetspeed drivers.
2015: "Turbulators," small fins in the crown of the Ping G30 drivers that promise better wind flow over the head.
2017: The Callaway Epic driver with "jailbreak" technology: two metal posts behind the clubface that promise better power transfer through the ball, and a gain of about 10 yards...
It depends on how much the technology is new, and how much it is recycled from a few years back.
And so we haven't forgotten, parting wisdom from above...
He must have been very messed up or the authorities would not have arrested him. Why was he driving in that state? Where was Notah to look out and take his keys?
Imo he must have been way messed up.
.09 breathalyzer or something and a minor infraction like a rolling stop and there's no way he's arrested unless he is not well liked anyway in that area.