So today Tiger Woods apologized for Steve Williams by saying he "probably went to far" when he kicked a photographer's lens & took a camera from someone in the gallery. Check this out to see the thug himself in action. Tiger went on to say "he was trying to protect me" and "that the crowds can get out of hand". Protect you from what? A guy doing his job taking another picture of you. And I have never seen a golf crowd that out of hand.
First, why did Tiger have to come out and apologize for Steve? Since when does the cat have Steve's tongue? He's an adult, he should apologize for acting like an idiot, Tiger should not have to do this for him.
My thoughts are this, if the snap of a camera is going to cause a PGA Tour player to hit a bad shot he should not be on tour. This comes with the territory, a "hazard" of the job. I have no sympathy for any tour player that complains about a picture being taken of them, regardless of where they are in their swing. The photographers are doing their job and the fans pay more than enough money to spend the day out at a tournament, it is their right to snap a picture whenever they damn well please.
And as for you Steve, you got lucky by landing this job as Tiger's caddy. Because you're Tiger's friend you got this job, it was not based on your qualifications. Your days are numbered pal, it won't be long before your back at Wal-Mart greeting people.