Five drugs found in Tiger Woods' system during traffic stop arrest

Tiger Woods is due in court in August following his DUI arrest in Jupiter. Image Courtesy: PBSO.

Disgraced golf star Tiger Woods had five drugs in his system at the time of his DUI arrest in May.

The sportsman tested positive for painkillers Hydrocodone and Hydromorphone, Alprazolam, sleeping medication Zolpidem, and THC, which is most commonly found in marijuana, according to a toxicology report released by the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office and obtained by TMZ.

Cops found Tiger in his car by the side of the road in Florida on May 29.

Woods insisted his odd behaviour and subsequent arrest was caused by an unexpected reaction to prescription medication.

The golfer has since struck a deal with prosecutors to enter a DUI diversion program.

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