Tiger’s Probation Terminated One Month Early

Tiger Woods’ year-long probation lasted just over 10 months as paperwork was filed and approved on Wednesday, Sept. 12 to terminate his probation approximately one month ahead of schedule. 

Woods pled guilty to a charge of reckless driving on October 27, 2017, following his arrest on suspicion of DUI on May 29, 2017.

By pleading guilty to a lesser charge, Woods avoided jail time, entered a diversion program, had to pay a $250 fine plus court fees and was put on probation for 12 months to complete the program. He was not required to perform community service since he had already surpassed 50 hours working with his TGR Foundation.

Dashcam of Tiger Woods’ DUI Arrest Released

Under his probation, Woods was subject to random alcohol and drug screens and was not allowed to consume alcohol. 

Golf.com’s Josh Berhow acquired the Agreed Order of Terminating Probation Successfully from Palm Beach County.


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