Tiger Woods' former caddie took a racially-charged shot at his old boss during an awards roast in Shanghai, then apologized the next day.
Steve Williams, who caddied for Woods for 13 years before being unceremoniously dismissed, then helped his new boss Adam Scott win the Bridgestone Invitational, received a mock award Friday night for "Celebration of the Year" for calling the victory "the best win of my life."
"It was my aim to shove it right up that black a------." Williams said, drawing some laughs and some gasps.
Comments are traditionally off the record, but word got out and Williams was stunned to learn that British tabloids had gone with the story.
"I apologize for comments I made last night at the Annual Caddy Awards dinner in Shanghai," he later said in a statement. "Players and caddies look forward to this evening all year, and the spirit is always joking and fun. I now realize how my comments could be construed as racist. However, I assure you that was not my intent. I si...