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Tiger Woods Friend and Caddy Mad Over Golfer's Adulterous Affairs

By Leo Reyes     Mar 4, 2010 in Sports
A friend and caddy of Tiger Woods says he is mad at the world's top golfer for his adulterous affairs with several women but denied he knew of Woods extra marital affairs before the controversy was exposed by media.
Tiger Woods friend and caddy of 11 years Steve Williams says he is mad a his friend and boss for his adulterous behavior that nearly ruined the golfers family.
As he appeared on TV3's '60 Minutes' he denied having known Woods extra marital affairs and he said he is mad at him for his infidelity.
"It's been the most difficult time of my life, no two ways about it, because every single person believed that I should know or did know or had something to do with it," Williams said. "I knew nothing, that's my answer. I don't have to clarify or extend that answer, I knew nothing."
Williams said he would have 'blown the whistle' had he know the adulterous affairs of his boss.
"If the shoe was on someone else, I would say the same thing. It would be very difficult as a caddie not to know but I'm 100 percent telling you, I did not know, and that's that," he said. "I'm a straight-up sort of person. If I had known something was going on, the whistle would have been blown."
The golfer's caddie and fried said he is close to Woods' wife and the kids and he let them down. He said he is mad at Woods when he heard of the news.
But Williams seems to be forgiving as the golfer tries to sort out things surrounding his involvement with at least 14 different women including a porn star.
"When you're a true friend of somebody, that's when somebody needs your support and need you the most. That's when you don't walk away. Tiger's one of my closest friends and he needs my support right now and I'd never think of walking away." Williams said.
"When I talk to him, I don't talk to him about what's happened," Williams said. "I talk to him about the future and about what we're going to try to accomplish and how we're going to get over it."
Williams said he knew that Woods has been practicing but the world's top golfer will not return to the range unless he knows is in top form
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