Found November 05, 2011 on
NBC Bay Area:
Steve Williams, the former caddie of golfer Tiger Woods, made inflammatory comments during an acceptance speech after he received a mock award. The remarks were made at the Annual Caddy Awards dinner in Shanghai Friday.
Speaking on an interview for which he won the satirical “Celebration of the Year” award, in which he said the day his new boss Adam Scott won the Bridgestone Invitational was “the best win of his life,” despite being Woods’ caddie for 13 years. His remark?
<span style="Times New Roman";Times New Roman"">“My aim was to shove it right up that black --------.”
<span style="Times New Roman";Times New Roman""> He was referring to Woods’ posterior. The comment was met in the room with gasps and a little laughter.
<span style="Times New Roman";Times New Roman"">Williams issued an apology on his personal website shortly after: "I apologize for comments I made last night at the An
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Months ago, when Tiger Woods decided to fire his current caddie, Steve Williams, after all the turmoil the two had gone through the previous 18 months, blame was tossed Tiger's way. People didn't understand how you could let go of such a loyal employee right when things seemed to be somewhat back to normal. Williams was obviously the victim.
But nearly three months ago, when...
Fellow golf legend Nick Faldo says Tiger Woods' mental domination is finished and he is potentially a weak link in the American Presidents Cup team competing in Melbourne, Australia, in two weeks' time.
Faldo, a six-time major championship winner, told GolfChannel.com Thursday that the changes and injuries Woods had endured since his most recent win, at the 2009 JBWere Masters...
Oh boy. Tiger Woods' ex-caddie, Steve Williams was asked at a dinner in China about Adam Scott's win at Firestone. He got all Tigery:
"My aim was to shove it right up that black asshole.”
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Golf's top two tour chiefs and Adam Scott feel the same way about the racial remark that caddie Steve Williams used to disparage Tiger Woods.
There's no place for racism in sport or anywhere else. It was right for Williams to apologize, and that was enough for them to consider the case closed without taking action. Time to move on.
In this case, it could be moving from...
Tiger Woods' former caddie caused another sensation, this time by using a racial slur to disparage his old boss during a caddies award roast in Shanghai.
Steve Williams received a mock award Friday night for ''Celebration of the Year'' for his TV interview after Adam Scott won the Bridgestone Invitational. That was the day Williams said it was ''the best...
Tiger Woods says he's ready to return to top form after shaking off injuries that have undermined his performance for the last two years. The former world No. 1 told reporters in Singapore that he has been practicing frequently at home and getting his playing instincts back. Woods says he hasn't "played as well as I'd like" for two years, but is now "playing...
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...
While Tiger Woods bears the brunt of Steve Williams' insensitive comments earlier this week, you could argue that the biggest victim of all this is Adam Scott. The Australian golfer who is having a fantastic season with Williams on the bag will most likely have to make some decision once the HSBC Champions wraps up after his caddie dropped racist remarks about Woods.
Tiger Woods was always going to be the biggest story at the Presidents Cup; Fred Couples made sure of that when he decided to announce more than a month prior to finalizing his team that Woods would be a part of the event, regardless of where he stood in the standings.
Since the announcement was made, we've seen a handful of high profile names come out and question the decision...
SINGAPORE — Tiger Woods believes he's ready to return to top form after shaking off injuries that have undermined his performance for the last two years.