Re: Drought over for Tiger?
His new caddy is a lifelong friend and someone who works in his organization (I believe). I'm not sure if that's a good move for him or not, but then again I'm not real sure how much input a caddy even has to a guy like Tiger.
I don't get why people would look down on Tiger for firing Williams, there's nothing wrong with moving on. It happens all of the time in golf, sometimes the relationship just runs its course and that is that.
Also, he's taken enough time away from the game because of his injury that I don't think he'd come back unless he was ready. He wouldn't sit out two majors and rush back for Firestone. It'll be interesting to see how he looks.