June 1 (UPI) -- Analysts at MyTopSportsbooks.com have released the odds for Tiger Woods' next move. The possibilities include rehab, another arrest, retirement and much more.
Woods was arrested on Memorial Day in Jupiter, Fla., and charged with DUI.
The analysts give Woods 5-4 odds of entering drug/alcohol rehab in the next 12 months. MyTopSportsbooks says Woods has 4-1 odds of undergoing another back surgery. Woods is an 8-1 shot to become a TV analyst, has a 12-1 shot at getting remarried, and has 19-1 odds of getting arrested again.
"This year has not been kind to Tiger Woods," MyTopSportsbooks.com spokesman Geoff Johnson said. "And whenever stars of his magnitude spiral out of control, fans turn to us for insight out of trepidation for more negative news."
In his golf-related ventures, Woods has 65-1 odds at winning a PGA tournament, is 150-1 to win a major and 199-1 to retire from golf.
Oddly enough, the sports book gives Woods the same odds at starting a porn production company as it does for him to get a Cabinet position from President Donald Trump (1,500-1).
The over/under for Woods' current weight is set at 199.5 pounds, according to MyTopSportsbooks. For next sponsorship opportunities, the oddsmaker gives Rogaine the edge at 49-1, over Tesla autopilot (300-1) and Uber/Lyft (300-1).
The informational predictive analysis site "provides odds on various sports-related and other scenarios but it does not accept wagers," according to Johnson.
MyTopSportsbooks says an NFL player has the best odds to be arrested next (4-3), followed by MLB (11-2), NBA (11-2), UFC (7-1), NHL (17-2), cycling (35-1), PGA (85-1) and a tennis player from the ATP or WTA (99-1).
Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Pacman Jones leads its list of athletes for odds to be arrested next (4-1), followed by Ty Lawson (6-1), Jon Jones (7-1), Aldon Smith (9-1), Matt Barnes (15-1) and Johnny Manziel (25-1). MyTopSportsbooks gives Phil Mickelson a 150-1 shot at being the next athlete arrested and Roger Federer a 500-1 chance.