Saturday, April 24, 2010

Bill Reynolds on Tiger Woods

Providence Journal columnist, Bill Reynolds, wrote one the most insightful and spot-on columns about the entire Tiger Woods fiasco.

Here's a blurb.

"No one ever speaks of Tiger as a transformational figure anymore, even with all his trophies and all his endorsements and all his money. He is a superstar athlete, a world-class celebrity, with all the cachet that comes with that. But that’s all he is, all he’s been for a long time. The sense that he is anything more than that long ago got lost in the gated community and the yacht and the handlers and the insularity of his life. Got lost in all the things he was once was supposed to be the antidote to."

Click here to read the entire column

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