Tiger Woods to enter diversion programme after impaired driving arrest

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These rumors have also forced Woods to clarify some key details about his relationship with his stylist - they aren't dating anymore, and the relationship actually ended sometime previous year.

A day after pleading not guilty to DUI charges so he could enter a diversion program for first-time defenders, Tiger Woods took to Twitter to address something quite different: His relationship status.

It was reported on USA Today that Tiger Woods seemed to meet the qualifications of first time DUI offended program of the Palm Beach County.

On Wednesday, a Florida prosecutor told The Associated Press that Woods had agreed to plead guilty on October 25 to reckless driving and enter into a local diversion program for first-time offenders.

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Tiger Woods has been rumored to be dating Kristin Smith for well over a year now, and the rumors kind of flare up and then go away.

Upon completion of that program, the DUI charge will be dropped from Woods' record.

The site claimed that Woods and personal stylist Kristin Smith - the ex-wife of Dallas Cowboys player Gerald Sensabaugh - had been on a cozy vacation together in the Bahamas in late July.

Palm Beach County prosecutor Adrienne Ellis stressed that Woods was not being treated any differently than anyone else. The 41-year-old, multi-titled golfer will also be asked to attend DUI school within four months, and face victims of impaired drivers as part of a one-hour class, the New York Post wrote.

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