Three weeks ago Tiger Woods canned his 12-year caddie Steve Williams. The announcement was kept hushed to keep the news from hurting Williams’ new employer, Australian Adam Scott, during his British Open bout.
Woods’ website commended the caddie, who carried his clubs through 13 major wins, “I want to express my deepest gratitude to Stevie for all his help, but I think it’s time for a change.”
The remembrance caught a cold return “Realistically I could look back, and I’ve wasted the last two years of my life because he’s played infrequently, he’s been injured and played poorly. I was prepared to hang in there through thick and thin so I find the timing extraordinary.” whined Williams in an interview with the New Zealand Herald.
Currently ranked 20th in the world and plagued with left-leg problems, Woods has made no mention of swinging a club professionally any time soon.
The 47-year-old Kiwi plans to carry on his career with the Australian champion “Hopefully we’ll see some great results for Adam” claimed the caddie “I’ve turned the page and don’t look back.”