The golfer tested positive for Vicodin, Dilaudid, Xanax, Ambien and THC at the time of his traffic stop, according to the toxicology report released Monday (via ESPN).
Previously, Woods said he had a bad reaction to prescription medication when he was found behind the wheel of his car in Jupiter, Fla.
At that point, he said he had taken a Xanax (a sleeping aid) and Vicodin (a pain medication) as he recovered from back surgery.
Woods pleaded guilty to reckless driving and said he would enter a first-time offender diversion program. If Woods completes the program, the reckless driving charge will be wiped clean from his record.
During the time of his arrest, Woods failed multiple sobriety tests, even though he blew a .000 when he took a breathalyzer test. A police dashcam video showed a confused Woods and that his fine motor skills were impaired.