Steve Williams Takes Shot At Tiger Woods As Adam Scott Wins Bridgestone Invitational


Adam Scott hit all the right shots Sunday in a round that was close to flawless and earned him his first World Golf Championship title.

He celebrated with a caddy who has won quite a few more.

Steve Williams, fired last month by Tiger Woods after a 12-year partnership, felt like a bigger winner when Scott rolled in one last birdie for a 5-under 65 and a four-shot victory in the Bridgestone Invitational.


Williams became part of the show this week, especially since Woods was playing for the first time in nearly three months. Williams took a jab at Woods in an interview off the 18th green by saying that of his 145 wins in his 33 years as a caddie, this WGC title with the affable Australian made it the:

“the greatest week of my caddying in my life.” and “the best win of my life.”

 This has all the making of a bad break up and the drama that follows afterwards.  One person who leaves the relationship is quick to claim their new partner is “the best thing since sliced bread”, interesting to see if Williams is playing this same tune a year from now.  Tiger Woods will hear these quotes and must use it to fuel his fire.  Tiger ended +1 and has a quick turnaround with the PGA Championship – Atlanta Athletic Club starting next weekend.

9 thoughts on “Steve Williams Takes Shot At Tiger Woods As Adam Scott Wins Bridgestone Invitational

  • This Williams guy is pathetic and ungrateful,this guy made more money than some players on the tour because of TW. He is now saying this is the best win of his life, only and idiot can’t see through this phony.

  • It’s a shame that the old caddy is vengeful towards Tiger. He was making over $1,000,000 a year for over a decade caddying for Tiger and you could tell that he was a bonehead who would have been lucky to be a janitor if he hadn’t gotten lucky by caddying. He thinks he’s a star by carrying some guy’s bag, when it doesn’t matter who carries his bag. I think that Tiger is better off with his new caddy as he is a long-time friend of his from high school. I saw some pictures of him, and apparently they played on the same golf team in high school. At least his new caddy knows how to swing a club himself. The pictures are on this website

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