Tiger Woods pleaded guilty to reckless driving. He agreed entering a diversion program without a DUI conviction stemming from his arrest this May.
The famous golfer won back in 2008 for the last time. He was booked on a driving under the influence charge in Florida. He was found asleep behind the helm. The vehicle was parked about 15 miles away from Tiger’s house.
The star will spend a year on probation, visit DUI school for a month, complete 20 hours of community service, visit a workshop where victims of impaired drivers tell how their lives suffered and pay $250 fine in 6 month along with court costs. He will also make a $250 donation to Palm Beach County Victim Services.