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Golf Australia Express : Issue 6
BIG Q THE CAN A CADDIE WIN AN EVENT? The feud between Tiger Woods and his former caddie Steve Williams is the latest drama to unfold in the life of the former World No.1. It got us thinking, how many TW wins can Williams take credit for? HAVE YOUR SAY ON THE STATE OF THE GAME... THE ONCE happy marriage of Tiger Woods and caddie Steve Williams—who now caddies for Australia’s Adam Scott—is officially over. The New Zealander has been rather vocal about Tiger’s treatment of him after the World No.30 sacked him after the British Open. And Williams’s latest comments after the WGC Bridgestone Invitational last week were clearly directed at his former boss. “I’ve been a caddie for 33 years and that’s the best week of my life, and I’m not joking,’’ Williams said after looping Scott to his 8th PGA Tour career win. The feud between Woods and Williams got us thinking: How important was the bagman in 13 of Tiger’s 14 majors, and countless Tour victories? He’s already won with Scotty after just four events. It took six events on Tiger’s bag before enjoying a win. Perhaps golf is more of a team sport than we’ve ever given credit? Or could it be that the Kiwi caddie is taking far too much credit for his bosses’ wins over the years? IN APRIL TIGER AND WILLIAMS WERE BEST MATES. FAST FORWARD FOUR MONTHS AND THE KIWI IS ON ADAM SCOTT’S BAG, AND IN A FEUD WITH HIS FORMER BOSS. TIGER TAUNTING