SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — A defiant and at times angry Robert Allenby stood by his story Tuesday that he was robbed and beaten in Honolulu, basing the account on what he remembered and what he was told by a homeless woman who came to his aid.

“There has definitely been a lot of confusion,” Allenby said. “But I think the No. 1 thing that you should all remember is that my story stays exactly the same as the way I told it. I told you what I knew, and I told you what someone told me. That’s the bottom line. I never lied to anyone.”

Honolulu police are investigating the Jan. 16 incident as second-degree robbery. No arrests have been made.

Allenby said he was at Amuse Wine Bar with his caddie and a friend from Australia on the night he missed the cut at the Sony Open. He said surveillance tape shows him leaving the bar with three people he doesn’t recognize, and that his next memory is being in a park. He said a homeless woman told him he had been thrown out of a trunk, which he said caused his injuries.

Allenby posted a photo of his bloodied forehead and a swollen eye to his private Facebook account. He said he was robbed of wallet and phone, though the credit card he used to pay for dinner and wine was still in his front pocket.

In the last week, however, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser quoted the homeless woman, Charade Keane, as saying she never told Allenby she saw him in a trunk and did not know how he was injured. The newspaper quoted another homeless man in the park, Chris Khamis, as saying Allenby told him he was depressed and drugged at a strip club and that he passed out and hit his head on a lava rock.

Exactly what happened remains a mystery. Allenby said Tuesday he has “no memory in my brain” from about 11:06 p.m. to 1:27 a.m. on that day.

The 43-year-old Australian said headaches subsided a few days ago and he chose to play in the Phoenix Open to try to get his life back on track.

Tiger Woods was all smiles Tuesday – and with a full set of teeth.

Woods gave a play-by-play of getting his front tooth knocked out when he was in Italy to celebrate girlfriend Lindsey Vonn’s breaking the World Cup ski record. He said he was at a podium presentation wearing a scarf to avoid being recognized when a videographer stood up and banged into Woods’ mouth.

He said the mask covered the blood and he was in pain.

Woods said one tooth was chipped and the other was knocked out. He said they were permanent teeth – not caps – and he had them replaced.

ROYAL TROON Golf Club in Scotland, the host of the 2016 British Open, will review its male-only membership policy.

A statement on Tuesday said Troon will “shortly undertake a comprehensive review” which will allow it “to consider the most appropriate membership policy for the future.”