Steve Williams kept his dismissal by Tiger Woods a secret even sometime after he was fired so it would not distract his new boss, Adam Scott. The ex-Woods caddie decided to announce the split only two weeks after, at the British Open, and expressed his disappointment at having wasted two years of his life while he was supporting Woods during a difficult time of his life.
However, according to Adam Scott’s interview given at the Bridgestone Invitational, the Aussie does not care about his situation is not going to, unless it personally affects him.
The two golfers seem to have no communication at all, and the Australian does not think that it should be any other way. The 31-year-old golfer thinks that it is normal for a player and a caddie to part and is not going to change his approach even if it is the split between Woods and Williams.
The player appears to be happy with his new caddie. Williams is very straightforward and not afraid of saying what he thinks. Williams’ blunt approach probably reminds Scott of the treatment he received when he worked with Butch Harmon.
And, apparently, it is good for the seven-time PGA Tour winner to have Scott on his bag. The caddie led the Aussie to a stainless eight-under-par 62 on the opening day of the WGC Bridgestone Invitational.