Can Buddhism and western therapy save the 'Chosen One'?

By Douglas Todd, Vancouver SunMarch 2, 2010

The two self-rescue plans Tiger Woods has identified as a route to inner recovery are, in some respects, contradictory
Vancouver, Canada
-- Before his fall from the pinnacle of glory, Tiger Woods was ranked the world's No. 1 "Celebrity Buddhist" by a prominent Buddhist organization. Even after his public apology for multiple extra-marital affairs, the great golfer remained in top spot ahead of celebrity Buddhists such as Leonard Cohen, Tina Turner and Orlando Bloom.

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