The world’s best caddy opens up in a recent interview ahead of the 2014 season.
If you haven’t read it already, make sure you take some time out to read the Q&A with Steve Williams over at pgatour.com ahead of the 2014 PGA Tour season. It’s a fascinating, candid interview with a bloke that has generally copped more flack than he deserved.
In the interview Williams opens up about being sacked on the phone by Norman and Woods, his decision to quit caddying after Adam Scott had just won the Masters and the differences between caddying for some of the world’s best players.
What’s the biggest difference between caddying for Adam Scott and caddying for Tiger Woods?
Adam is not as intense. The fuel burns in every player out here, but what you see from the outside is different from Adam than it is from Tiger. Adam is more relaxed about things, while if it ain’t going Tiger’s way it can be a tough walk some days. Having watched Tiger play at a level that arguably no one has ever played and then to come to Adam, who has a lot of talent, I think Adam is capable of playing at a level even greater than what he’s doing. Working for Tiger has helped me working for Adam, no two ways about it.
Check out the full Q&A with Steve Williams here.