Police report gives more details on crash involving Bud Cauley

DUBLIN, Ohio -- Police have released more details about the crash that injured PGA Tour player Bud Cauley and three others in Ohio.

A report released Tuesday by Dublin police indicates that David Crawford, 37, was driving at the time of the crash near Muirfield Village Golf Club on Friday night that also injured former Columbus Blue Jackets player James Wisniewski.

Police say the car went off the right side of the road, hit a culvert and went airborne before striking a large tree. The car then hit several smaller trees before coming to rest in a ditch.

According to the incident report, Crawford was given field-sobriety tests and taken to a local hospital. He was suspected of being under the influence of alcohol but results of the test are not yet known.

A spokesman for the Dublin Police Department told The Columbus Dispatch that charges were pending against Crawford but would not say what they are.

Cauley suffered broken ribs, a collapsed lung and a leg fracture. He later said the accident was part of the "scariest night of my life.''

Cauley was in the area for the PGA Tour's Memorial Tournament, after having missed the cut earlier Friday.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.