By Joan Murray

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PALM BEACH GARDENS (CBSMiami) — Dressed in a grey suit and wearing sunglasses, golf superstar Tiger Woods said nothing entering court Friday.

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Golfer Tiger Woods (L) leaves with defense attorney Douglas Duncan from Palm Beach County court October 27, 2017 in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Woods plead guilty to a second-degree misdemeanor reckless driving charge. (Photo by Lannis Waters-Pool/Getty Images)

Woods accepted a plea deal Friday to resolve a driving under the influence case. He was arrested in May after passing out in his Mercedes on the side of a road.

Woods had no alcohol in his system that night but toxicology reports revealed prescription medicine and marijuana. Because he had no prior record, he was eligible for a first time DUI offender program.

“The defendant will be pleading guilty to a charge of reckless driving,” said a judge.

He’ll be on probation for a year and could spend time in jail for another violation. He’ll have to undergo random drug and alcohol testing during that time. He’s already completed a DUI program and community service.

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Since his arrest, Woods has been active on Twitter, sharing photos from the World Series and the putting greens.

Nothing prevents him from traveling or competing.

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“This is only designed for first time offenders,” said State Attorney Dave Aronberg. “It is a one-time mistake, not a scarlet letter for the rest of his life.”