Johns Creek, Georgia: Tiger Woods' former caddie drew a mixed reaction to the way he gloated over his new boss' first victory with him on the bag.
Some understood Steve Williams' frustration after being dumped by Woods. Others thought the caddie went overboard in his comments to the media, taking attention away from the guy who actually won the World Golf Championship at Firestone, Adam Scott.
The crowd chanted Williams' name as he walked up to the 18th green with Scott, who pulled away for a four-stroke victory. Afterward, Williams gave an interview that was nearly twice as long as the Aussie's, calling it "the best win I've ever had" — remember, he caddied for 13 of Woods' major titles — and making it clear he felt his ex-boss had treated him unfairly.