I re-voted. I selected 3 to 5 this time removing green reading advice.
Advice on club selection should save 3 strokes, not so much from the tee as most higher handicappers would tend to be conservative when trying to score better, but rather on approach shots. In my case and people I play with I found we hit shorter irons short of the green but somehow we don't club up. Another 2 on chip vs bump and run and such.
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.