Tiger Woods pleaded guilty to reckless driving and received 12 months probation, a $250 fine and 50 hours of community service for his May DUI arrest.
Woods was ordered by the judge to pay court costs, make a $250 donation to Palm Beach County Victims Services, enroll in a DUI school within 30 days, and attend one session of a victim impact panel, much of which he’s already completed.
The pro golfer must remain immobilized for the next 10 days. He also must stay away from alcohol & controlled substances while having to show proof of any prescription medications he’s taking.
Tiger Woods was arrested in Jupiter back in May after police say they found Woods in his idling car. It was proven that there was no alcohol involved but he had been taking prescription drugs.
If Woods successfully completes the program, the DUI charge will be dropped. If not, the judge could sentence him up to 90 days in jail with a $500 fine.