In the meantime, Steve Williams has been typically frank about the last two years; the Herald reports:
Tiger Woods' sacked New Zealand caddie says he wasted the last two years of his life with the golfer.
After 12 years working together, Woods took Steve Williams aside two weeks ago after an American golf tournament and told him he was fired.
"Sometimes you get an inkling that something's going to happen ... And I basically didn't have much to say with him. I was somewhat in a state of shock, but I just listened to what he thought.
"I didn't agree with what he was telling me but at the end of the day that wasn't going to make a difference so I just took it on the chin," Williams said.
Ironically, Woods' descent in the world golf rankings now see him rated lower (#20) than Steve Williams' new employer, Australian golfer Adam Scott (#18). We're willing to wager that Williams' influence will soon be seen on Scott's game, and that he will very quickly move into the top ten players in the world.
And after two years of light duties whilst his former boss rehabbed, recovered, got injured and failed to add to his victory tally, we suspect that Steve Williams is just going to be happy to be going to work every week.