Charges are pending in Tiger Woods' early morning car crash.
Investigators have been to Woods' home three times, but came up empty-handed.
On Sunday his new high profile attorney gave them his license, registration, and insurance and said that was all they would get.
Pictures obtained by TMZ show Woods' smashed up SUV, its front fender into a tree and its back window smashed out.
The frantic 9-1-1 call from one of Woods' neighbors has also been released.
On his website Woods offered a written statement about the crash, saying:
"This situation is my fault, and it's obviously embarrassing to my family and me."
He goes on to say his wife Elin acted courageously, that any other assertion is absolutely false, and he asks for privacy.
Woods is not required to talk to authorities in the crash investigation which could still take several days, but authorities say charges are pending.
It is still unclear whether Woods will play in his own charity tournament scheduled to take place this week in California.