Ehsanipoor said the two-time Masters champion was going 97 mph on Georgia Highway 21 in a 65-mph zone when he was stopped by a deputy.
Olazabal apologized and told the deputy he was leaving the Masters Tournament and traveling to another tournament, Ehsanipoor said.
Olazabal was allowed to follow the deputy to the sheriff’s office, where he posted a cash bond of $621 and was released.
Olazabal is from Spain and turned pro in 1985. He has six PGA Tour wins and has finished 85 times in the top 25, according to the PGA. Olazabal won the Masters in 1994 and 1999.