I'm not just a caddie. I have to be the enforcer--to provide an equal playing field for Tiger. We deal with more cameras than anyone else. Sometimes photographers don't get it, and I have to take matters into my own hands. I have no problem doing it. I'm protecting my guy. No regrets. Maybe I shouldn't have kicked the guy's camera [at the 2004 U.S. Open], but I got hot under the collar. I'm an aggressive person. I can't promise something like that will never happen again.
Tiger's best shot was that one from the fairway bunker at the  PGA, 202 yards from the green with a crazy stance and under a pine tree.
Tiger would probably say my best read came at the PGA Championship at Medinah in '99.
I don't know what club selection I'd like to do over.
There was The Masters in 2003, when Tiger hit driver [instead of iron; Woods pushed his drive into trees and made double-bogey]. Afterward, he said he should have hit an iron, but in my mind, it was the right, aggressive play. It was just poor execution. I stand by that call.
|Three tips from golf's top bagman|
|He's no pro, but as Steve Williams says in his new book Golf at the Top with Steve Williams ($14.95, Ulysses Press), you don't loop for Tiger, Greg Norman and ray Floyd without learning a thing or two. His three golden rules for us mortals:|
|Take more club |
Most amateurs underclub, so try this: Bring an extra scorecard on the course with you and write down the club for you used on each approach shot. Mark an S for short, L for long and P for pin-high. The next day, play the same course and use an extra club, and I guarantee you'll have more P's and fewer S's.
|Improve your feel |
Try the drill Tiger uses. On the range, choose a flag that's 125-150 yards away and then hit every club in the bag to that distance.
| Be your own caddie |
Jot down where you can and can't hit certain shots on your course. If there's a fairway bunker you keep hitting into, then find out the exact yardage you need to land short and hit that club.
I love racing stock cars.
Racing gives me the biggest rush.
At Christmas last year, Tiger got me a set of National Geographic DVDs, which was awesome.
When we play Tiger gives me six strokes a side.
He likes a little gamesmanship. He'll say, "Wow, a big, strong guy like you and you come up short?" He's funnier than people know. But the really funny stuff he says you can't put in your magazine [laughs
My hidden talent?