Tiger Woods is probably one of the best in the world when it comes to golf, but during his entire career he had a number of problems behind him, including two personal crashes.
More infamously, when in 2009, he crashed into a neighbor’s tree outside his house in Florida, his Cadillac Escalade revealed the explosive adultery scandal that tarnished his career and cost him the wedding to models Elin Nordegren.
Woods was unconscious in the crash and rescued later from Nordegren using the golf club to open the windows of the car and drag him to the street, where he snored on the EMS without any socks or shoes.
The intense inspection of the cause of the crash and the mystery as to why he left his home at 2:30 in the mornings eventually revealed a series of Woods faults, and later he made an apology of the trickery.
As several corporate sponsors dropped him down and his career was going further he surfaced a few months later in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, a centre that specialises in sex dependence at the Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services Clinique.
After the incident, Woods worked to reassume his golfing grandeur and to rebuild his personal life – but in 2017 his attempts failed once more, after cops discovered him behind the wheel of his Mercedes-Benz, when he was busted for the DUI.
A mug shot reveals that Vicodine, Dilaudid, Xanax, Ambien, and THC, the active component of marijuana, were in his system with unheard eyes and dishevelled hair.
At the time, police said that before they found him it seemed to have been in a small car crash.
He told officials about his reaction to a variety of prescription medications, including Vicodin and Xanax. Shortly after his arrest he declared himself that he was attempting to find “professional support for managing my medications.”
In a deal to escape conviction for DUI, he pled guilty and was sentenced to one year of probation and a 250$ fine. Woods subsequently tested to get help with prescription medication and a sleep disorder.