Almost two weeks after a bizarre night in Honolulu that left him battered and robbed, pro golfer
"From 11:06 to 1:27 in the morning is a complete blank," he said, adding: "I can't tell you how frustrating that is."
This much seems certain: On Jan. 16, Allenby went to a Honolulu wine bar with his caddie and a friend. The group became separated and Allenby walked out with several men he had never met.
He subsequently told police that he had been mugged, thrown into the trunk of a car and dropped off miles away at a park. At least part of that account, he said, was gleaned from a homeless woman who found him hurt and dazed. A passerby put him into a taxi back to his hotel, he said.
However, several people who claim to have seen him that evening say he was only about a block from the wine bar and that his facial injuries were a result of falling down. One account has him visiting a strip club and spending thousands of dollars.
Police say they have a video recording of someone using Allenby's credit cards in the days that followed.
On Tuesday, Allenby reiterated that there is a gap in his memory and that he has told the truth about what he can recall. He asked members of the media to be patient.