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Steve Williams says 'hatchet hasn't been buried' with Tiger Woods

Steve Williams says 'hatchet hasn't been buried' with Tiger Woods
Adam Scott, right, waits with his caddie Steve Williams as Tiger Woods and his caddie Joe Lacava watch at Doral on March 6. (Jamie Squire / Getty Images)

Steve Williams, the well-known caddie who spent much of his career working for Tiger Woods, says he and his old boss still have unfinished business.

The Woods-Williams pairing ended in 2011 after more than a decade, and there have been angry words between the two since then.

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Though the tension seemed to ease of late, Williams is once again talking about Woods in a two-part interview with Australia's Fox Sports.

"There's been a lot of ... this, that and the other ... but the hatchet hasn't been buried," the caddie said. "It's just personal things and a difference of opinions on how things went down ... and I need to sort that out with him."

Referring to Woods' infidelity scandal in 2009, Williams continued: "So many people feel I must have known something, but I didn't know. If I'd known something, I would have said [so]. I don't sugar coat anything."

Williams now caddies for Adam Scott.

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