Tiger Woods is featured on the website Golf Digest today, but it wasn't his golfing skills that put him in the headlines, it's a Dui arrest. The mugshot of a very peeved off-looking Tiger Woods is dropping jaws around the nation today, which was taken in the wee hours of the morning on Monday, Memorial Day 2017. Ironically, the many sports-oriented websites that have featured his golfing skills through the years are showing Woods in a different light, and he's not looking too chipper.

Wee hours of the morning

Woods was stopped in the early hours of Monday morning not far from his home in Jupiter, Florida, which is indicated in the report filed by the Palm Beach County Police.

According to ESPN, Woods spent several hours in jail.

Several hours in jail

He was taken into custody at around 3 a.m. this morning. After being held in jail, Woods was booked just before 7:30 a.m and then continued his stay in jail before he was released on his own recognizance just before 11 a.m. on Monday. Yahoo News reports he was arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs while driving. The report also indicates that he was arrested during a traffic stop.

Looks a bit peeved in mugshot

Woods, who is used to spending this Memorial Day holiday on the PGA Golf Tour and smiling for the many cameras that follow him from green to green, has a mugshot that is in stark contrast to his golf photos.

Woods has been off the PGA Tour due to back problems, which he addressed last week on social media. The one-time phenomenal golfer shared how he had a procedure done on his back last month, which brought him "instant nerve relief." He had a fusion in his lower back, which will keep him off the tour for the remainder of the 2017 season, but he'll be back.

Plans to come back

Woods said that since that surgery, he hasn't felt this good in years and he is expecting to return to professional golfing. He said he was given a "good" long-term prognosis. The 41-year-old golf icon said he cannot "twist" for another two to three months, which of course is a major movement in the game of golf.

Recuperating from surgery

According to Woods, he walks and does the exercises given to him by his doctors and he is taking every precaution so the area just worked on doesn't fuse, which could happen from "screwing up," and not heeding the medical professional's orders, the golfer conveyed. Woods underwent this fourth back surgery since 2014 on April 19.

Almost a decade since he won his last title

Since Woods started with the back surgery procedures in 2014, he has only played in 19 worldwide golf events. His most recent golf record indicates that out of the 19 events, he came in within the top 10 in only one event. He missed the cut in seven of the tournaments and he had three withdrawals.

Woods hasn't won a major title since 2008, which is almost a decade ago. He won his last title at the 2008 U.S. Open. His last tournament win was back in 2013 at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational. That was his 79th career PGA Tour victory.