Tommy “Two Gloves” Gainey‘s sex solicitation case is headed toward a happy ending for the popular golfer … he just cut a deal with prosecutors to avoid time behind bars.
According to court docs obtained by TMZ Sports, Gainey agreed to serve 11-months of probation, take a human trafficking class, do community service and pay fines and fees.
In exchange for completing all of that, prosecutors agreed to drop his misdemeanor solicitation charge … and even gave him the chance to end his probation early if he quickly meets the requirements of the deal.
Of course, it’s a solid deal for Gainey … who was facing jail time after he was caught up in a major prostitution sting — dubbed “Operation Santa’s Naughty List” — back in December.
As we previously reported, cops say Gainey offered money for sex acts to an undercover officer posing as a prostitute on Dec. 8, 2019.
In police footage of the alleged incident, obtained by TMZ Sports, you can see clear as day Tommy offering up $60 for a “quick visit” with the woman.
Gainey was arrested … and at a press conference a few days later, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd ribbed him over it all.
“He’s married. He told us that he was here for a charity golf event and it was to be, like, the next morning tee off. He didn’t make it. He was a scratch … We charged him with soliciting. He missed his tee time the next morning.”
Gainey hasn’t let it all affect him on the course … he played lights out just days after his arrest — and even won the 2020 Korn Ferry Tour season opener last month.