Tiger Woods announces completion of ‘intensive program’ after arrest

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What You Need To Know: Tiger Woods

Pro golf legend Tiger Woods said in a statement Monday that he has "completed an out of state private intensive program" after his arrest for DUI in Jupiter, Florida, in June.

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In June, Woods, 41, said he was "receiving professional help" to manage medications and deal with his back pain. After he was arrested over the Memorial Day weekend, he told officers he had not been drinking but was on several medications including the painkiller Vicodin. Woods had his fourth back surgery in April.

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“I recently completed an out of state private intensive program. I will continue to tackle this going forward with my doctors, family and friends,” Woods wrote in a tweet Monday. “I am so very thankful for all of the support I’ve received.”

Jupiter police said they found Woods asleep behind the wheel of a Mercedes-Benz at 2 a.m. May 29. Dashboard-camera footage showed Woods unsteady on his feet.

Related: Tiger Woods issues statement on DUI arrest, says no alcohol involved

When he took a Breathalyzer test at the Palm Beach County Jail, Woods blew a 0.000 both times. A toxicology report has not been released in the case.

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Tiger Woods said he has “completed an out-of-state private intensive program” after his June arrest for DUI in Florida.

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Tiger Woods said he has “completed an out-of-state private intensive program” after his June  arrest for DUI in Florida.

Credit: Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images

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Tiger Woods said he has “completed an out-of-state private intensive program” after his June arrest for DUI in Florida.

Credit: Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images

Credit: Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images

Woods said in a statement that  "an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications," not alcohol, was a factor in the arrest.

Woods is expected back in court on Aug. 9.