Florida Highway Patrol troopers attempted for the third time on Sunday to interview Tiger Woods and his wife Elin Nordegren but were rebuffed by his attorney.
Tiger's attorney Mark Nejame had turned the troopers away on Saturday as well, scheduling a chat for 3 PM Sunday. Although he notified the FHP at 1 pm Sunday that the meeting was off, the officers still showed up at Tiger and Elin's home at the appointed hour.
Troopers took their first shot at interviewing Tiger Friday night but were turned away by Elin who said her husband was asleep.
In a statement released Monday, the Florida Highway Patrol said, "Mr. Woods’ representatives have provided us with his driver license information, vehicle registration and current proof of insurance, as required by Florida Law."
The FHP isn't giving up, however. The Agency pointed out that the investigation into Tiger's bizarre crash is "ongoing" and "charges are pending."