Steve Williams—Tiger Woods' former caddie who the golfer fired on Wednesday—said a lot of things about his former boss. But one remark really caught our attention.
While discussing how he will choose his words carefully when talking about his relationship with Woods, Williams mentioned that he was planning on writing a book once his career is over.
"You know, when I write my book, it'll be the time I decide what I write," Williams said before noting that there will be an "interesting" chapter on Woods.
According to Michael McCarthy of USA Today, Williams, who is Adam Scott's new caddie, never signed a "confidentiality" clause that would prohibit him from talking about Tiger.
Woods announced the firing of Williams on Wednesday on his website, saying that "it's time for a change."
Williams had been Woods' caddie for 12 years and around 250 tournaments.