Report: Caddie Williams would 'consider' Woods reunion


Adam Scott, Steve Williams and Tiger Woods at the Presidents Cup in 2013. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Retiring caddie Steve Williams told an Australian news agency on Wednesday that he would “consider” a reunion with Tiger Woods if the former world No. 1 requested his services.

Last month Adam Scott and Williams announced that they were parting ways after 3 ½ years because Williams, 50, had expressed a desire to work only on a part-time basis.

Williams added Wednesday that he was “90 percent” certain that he was hanging up his caddie bib for good, but said Woods would be “someone I’d definitely consider” down the road. 

“He’s a tremendous talent, but it’s hard to say right now because it’s only two weeks since I’ve hung up the clubs,” he said, according to the report.

Williams worked for Woods from 1999-2011, teaming to win 13 majors during that span. Their relationship ended bitterly, with Woods firing Williams in summer 2011 after he caddied for Scott during a tournament. Joe LaCava has been on Woods’ bag since Sept. 2011. 

In this new report, Williams said that he has received a couple of caddie offers but wasn’t sure what he would do in 2015.