Woods' caddie denies knowing of indiscretions

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — The caddie for Tiger Woods denies knowing anything about the "indiscretions" that led the world's No. 1 player to take an indefinite leave from golf.

Steve Williams says in an interview with the Sunday News in New Zealand that he's angry with an American sports writer who writes the caddie must have known about Woods' alleged affairs and may even have helped arranged liaisons.

In a column for ESPN The Magazine, Rick Reilly wrote that Woods needs to "clean house" and get a new agent, caddie and friends.

Williams says he does not know what Woods does off the course and that if he had any knowledge of what was going on he would have said so.

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