Tiger Woods Brings His Kids to a US Open as He Makes His First Public Appearance Since DUI Arrest

On Friday, Tiger Woods done his initial open coming given his DUI arrest earlier this summer — and he took his children with him.

The golf fable has his dual children by his side as he watched a men’s singles semifinals  at a U.S. Open in New York City.

His daughter, Sam, 10, wore a orange immature and sky blue sweatshirt while his son Charlie, 8, wore a blue sweatshirt with a Batman trademark on a front.

Woods, 41, and his family were sitting in Rafael Nadal’s box to watch a tennis star’s compare opposite Juan Martin del Potro. Nadal finished adult winning a match, advancing to his initial U.S. Open final given 2013. He will play South African Kevin Anderson on Sunday.

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Woods has not done a open coming given his DUI arrest on May 29 in Jupiter, Florida.

A military news released by a Jupiter Police Department suggested Woods had no alcohol in his complement during a time of his arrest. But a urine test suggested that he did have hydrocodone and hydromorphone — dual opioid pain drugs — and alprazolam, prescribed for stress and panic disorders in his system, In addition, there was also zolpidem, a opiate prescribed for insomnia, as good as metabolites of alprazolam and of THC, a active part in marijuana.

Although Woods pleaded not guilty to a DUI charge, Tiger reliable he completed a “private complete program” following a arrest.

“I recently finished an out of state private complete program,” a golfer, 41, pronounced in a matter Monday on Twitter. “I will continue to tackle this going brazen with my doctors, family and friends. we am so really grateful for all a support I’ve received.”