>> Tiger Woods' reckless driving guilty plea lasted all of five minutes on Friday. Alongside his attorney, the 41 year old golfer showed no emotion as he entered the courtroom.>> Mr Woods, if you would raise your right hand.>> Judge Sandra Bosso Pardo reviewed the terms of his guilty plea.
Woods will enter a diversion program for first time DUI offenders, be placed in probation for a year and perform 50 hours of community service.>> I'm placing you under arrest for suspicion of driving under the influence, okay.>> Woods was arrested in May after being found asleep behind the wheel of his car near his home.
>> Blow out, good, there you go.>> A toxicology report later found five drugs in his system, but not alcohol. The winner of 14 major titles, Woods blamed the incident on prescription medication he was taking for pain from a recent back surgery. Once he fulfills the obligations of his plea, the reckless driving charge will be expunged from his record.