Steve Williams caddies for his fourth Masters win
Tiger Woods' old caddie helped Adam Scott to his first major on Sunday afternoon at the 2013 Masters.
If you had "Tiger Woods' old caddie will win another major after being fired before Tiger Woods wins another major" in your office pool, congratulations, and please collect your prize!
Adam Scott's caddie, Steve Williams, looped for a major champion for the 14th time in his career on Sunday.
Williams was famously on the bag for 13 majors and three Masters wins for Woods (not the 1997 Masters victory) before infamously being fired by Woods and now helping Scott to his first.
And if you think caddies are no big deal, check this out:
Adam Scott admits he couldn't see putt at 10 playoff it was so dark. Asked for read from caddie Steve Williams. "He was my eyes." #masters— Dave Shedloski (@DaveShedloski) April 15, 2013
Adam Scott, on why he asked Steve to read his last putt: "It was really dark. He's seen a lot of putts here. He made an unbelievable read."— Ashley Mayo (@AshleyKMayo) April 15, 2013
It was mentioned many times during the playoff, but for Scott to have Williams on his bag in the playoff was huge. Angel Cabrera had been there before. He mentally had an advantage in already having won the Masters.
Williams was the equalizer.
And poor Tiger. As if the two-stroke ball-drop penalty wasn't enough, he had to sit back on Sunday afternoon and watch his old caddie loop for another green jacket.
Maybe he shouldn't have fired him to begin with.
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