Yesterday Adam Scott won the WGC Bridgestone Invitational, but it was Steve Williams, his caddy, that got most of the cheers after the match. In attention whoring fashion with reporters microphones in his face, Williams’ took a moment to toss some shots in Tiger’s general direction.
“I’ve been caddying for 33 years and this has been the best week of my life,” said Williams, who has also caddied for Greg Norman, Raymond Floyd, Peter Thomson and Ian Baker-Finch. “I’m not joking. I’m never, ever going to forget this week. … It’s the greatest week of my life.”
Forget the previous 144 victories worldwide. Forget the 13 majors while partnering with Woods.
Consider ‘em the comments heard ‘round the world, the jilted employee lashing out at the corporation for harsh treatment, all while bragging about recent success with a new company.
We’re now left to discern whether Williams really intended the sentiment or was simply rubbing it in during the heat of the moment, throwing Tiger under the bus after the player similarly did to him.
“I was absolutely shocked that I got the boot, to be honest with you,” Williams continued. “I’ve caddied for the guy for  years, I’ve been incredibly loyal to the guy and I got short-shrifted. Very disappointed.”
Steve needs to go sit his punk-a** down somewhere! All that money Tiger made you and you got the audacity to complain and be salty!? Jive-a** turkey!