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Tiger Woods has been pretty much under the radar after the infidelity scandal in 2011, that left everyone questioning his credibility.

Tiger’s then-caddie, Steve Williams is speaking out in a recent book and says that Woods mistreated him during their run together.


According to For The Win, Williams has not been quiet about his relationship with Woods after he retired as Tiger’s caddie following the infidelity scandal in 2011. FTW also reported that their relationship had taken a huge downturn after the drama with Woods’s personal life came to light.

In an excerpt from his new autobiography, Out of the Rough, Williams says,

“I was adamant that some of his behaviour on the course had to change. He was well known for his bad temper and, while that wasn’t pleasant to witness, you could live with it because it ended as quickly as it started. But he had other bad habits that upset me. I wanted him to prove to me he could change his behaviour and show me – and the game of golf – more respect.

One thing that really pissed me off was how he would flippantly toss a club in the general direction of the bag, expecting me to go over and pick it up. I felt uneasy about bending down to pick up his discarded club – it was like I was his slave. The other thing that disgusted me was his habit of spitting at the hole if he missed a putt. Tiger listened to what I had to say, the air was cleared and we got on with it – his goal was to be the best player in history and my goal was to keep working as best I could to help make that happen.”

It’s kind of crazy to get the opposite view of Tiger Woods, as we generally see him in such a calm light. So far, Woods has not made any comments on the book or Williams statement about his character, and based on his history with the media, he probably won’t.