Stevie disses on Tiger – and breaks unwritten rule

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Stevie see... Tiger do. Wow. I like this picture. I have it on my dart board. Guess who has the most holes? Nah. Just pullin' your three iron. Photo by Bobby Jones.

Woods’ former caddy bags his Tiger


It’s an incredible feeling… and the best week of my life,” says Stevie Williams.

That after helping Aussie Adam Scott win the Bridgestone PGA Tour event last weekend.

Caddies are not supposed to upstage their players.

And caddies are supposed to collect their 10 percent with grace and equanimity. And disappear into the scorer’s tent, backstage left.

Did you really think that Steve Williams would go silent into that deep dark night? After Tiger Woods – his 12 year bagmate – dumped him into the landfill for pulling another bag around the course while Tiger was recuperating from yet another one of his many, many injuries?

Of course not. Stevie Williams is Stevie Williams and that’s all the pundits and the golfers need to know.

So of course Stevie took it upon himself to juke a little jibe back at the Tiger.

Why not? free world right? And don’t give me that polite crap. Tiger ain’t. So why shouldn’t Stevie get a little bit of his own back?

I’m perfectly all right with it as long as he doesn’t make a living from it. Wait. A book? Wow, I would be cool with that book.

A dozen years polishing Tiger Woods’s driver while propping up his bag.

I’d pay for that biatch. Hell. I’d write it. and[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]