Woods has not been seen in public since the accident on 27 November
Lawyers for US golfer Tiger Woods have obtained a UK injunction preventing certain information purportedly about him being published.
The order was granted by a judge at the High Court in London, and concerns alleged information which cannot be disclosed for legal reasons.
Last week Woods apologised to his family for "transgressions".
Speculation about his private life has been intense since he was involved in a car crash outside his Florida home.
Newspaper allegations followed about extra-marital affairs.
Woods has not been seen in public since the accident, in which his car hit a tree and fire hydrant.
The golfer, who was found bleeding and semi-conscious, was later charged with careless driving, which carries a $164 (£98) fine and four points on his driving record.
Woods has become an international sporting icon since winning his first major in 1997 at the age of 21.
At 33, he is just four short of equalling Jack Nicklaus's record of 18 major victories and is regarded as one of the world's all-time great golfers.