Steve Williams Backhands Tiger Woods Calling Sunday’s Victory With Adam Scott ‘Best Win’ of Career


Steve Williams Backhands Tiger Woods Calling Sunday's Victory With Adam Scott 'Best Win' of Career Steve Williams had every right to be upset with Tiger Woods after the world's most recognized golfer dropped him. After all, Williams carried Woods' bag for 13 major championships and 72 total wins.

However, Williams could have taken the high road, moved on, and let Adam Scott's victory on Sunday speak for itself as karma for the way Woods ended things.

He chose not to.

"I've been caddying for 33 years and that's the best week of my life … and I'm not joking," Willaims told David Feherty following Sunday's tournament.

"There were a lot of expectations today. I'd be lying if I didn't say I was a little nervous.  Obviously, Adam was leading the tournament and there was a lot being said this week, so it was great to back it up. … But honestly that's the best week of my life; I've caddied for 33 years, 145 wins now, and that's the best win I've ever had."

Better than any of the 13 major championships you were on the bag for Tiger? Better than those four years you took home over $1 million in earnings?

Come on, Stevie. We all know you're upset with the way things ended, but just let your success with Scott speak for itself and let Tiger's decision to let you go amplify it.

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