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One day after Tiger Woods announced he was getting professional help in managing his prescription medications, his agent Mark Steinberg said Tuesday (June 20th) that Woods had checked into a clinic to get that help and to also deal with a sleep disorder. Steinberg wouldn’t disclose the location of the clinic and said he didn’t know how long Woods would be there.
Woods was arrested on a DUI charge on Memorial Day in Florida when police found him asleep behind the wheel of his car, which was parked on the side of the road. He didn’t have alcohol in his system but failed sobriety tests. Woods said he’d had a reaction to medication he was taking after undergoing his fourth back surgery weeks earlier.