Tiger Woods to plead guilty to reckless driving

Lynette Rowe
August 11, 2017

Woods tweeted to deny that he and Smith were dating, while also confirming they did have a relationship sometime previous year.

Woods (41) did not appear at the brief court hearing in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, held to resolve charges stemming from his May arrest, according to Press reports and court documents. The 41-year-old golfing legend will enter the program on October 25.

Woods' personal life was also in the news Wednesday when he plead not guilty to his DUI charge. "That's all I can say", said Douglas Duncan, the attorney of Woods.

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Tiger Woods has agreed to plead guilty to reckless driving and is to enter a diversion program that would allow him to have his record wiped clean if he completes the program, a prosecutor said on Wednesday. He had no alcohol in his system but told officers he had taken painkillers for his injured back and an insomnia medication.

The golfer took to Twitter on Thursday to dispute a Daily Mail article that claims it got "exclusive" photos of Woods and Smith on his yacht at the end of July.

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