The prized match-play duo of Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker proved unable to prevent a Thursday thrashing, but the Americans still lead after the first day of the Presidents Cup, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Steve Williams, who lashed out at Tiger Woods this summer following his firing as the golfer's caddie, took another shot at his former boss on Friday when asked about his high-profile celebration after winning with Australian golfer Adam Scott.
Calling it the best victory of his 33-year career as a caddie, Steve Williams celebrated his win on Adam Scott's bag Sunday at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational by then disputing the way he was fired by Tiger Woods.
Who knew a caddie could make such a difference? But for Adam Scott, new bag man Steve Williams is only part of the story of a recent surge -- including his tourney-leading play through two rounds at Firestone.
Steve Williams showed up for work this week at Congressional's Blue Course, but it wasn't for his usual boss. Don't expect Tiger Woods' longtime caddie to be changing bags any time soon, though, ESPN.com's Bob Harig writes.