. New Zealand said Cadet of the Year "" sincere apology "Williams . Problems with Woods when, after Steve Williams, the youngest of the highest profile in the professional golf was in the middle of a race row yesterday after Tiger Woods described his former employer racially abusive language. New Zealanders, who was fired by Woods earlier this year and has since joined with Australian Adam Scott, made the remarks while in the scenario of a "shopping this year," delivery Shanghai Stock Exchange. He was honored by the "party of the year," an ironic recognition of his emotional reaction following the victory of Scott in the summer of last Bridgestone Invitational. The caddy described the triumph of his new employer at the time as "the greatest victory of my career." He called on Friday to explain why he made such an obvious exaggeration, since Woods had won 13 Grand Slam junior, Williams said: "I wanted to finish up the ass black." The comment was made in a room full of many great golfers of the world and tour leaders, who are in Shanghai this week for the HSBC Champions event. This caused a sharp air, witnesses said. The cart later apologized on his website, saying. "I apologize for comments I made last night at the annual dinner of prices in Shanghai Caddy Players and caddies hope this night all year round and the mind is always pleasant and fun. Now, I realize that my comments is could be interpreted as racist. But I assure you it was not my intention. sincerely apologize to Tiger and no one has offended me. " acrimonious split with Williams and Woods in June, with each offering different versions of what happened between them. The cadet said he was fired because he had taken temporary work while waiting for the return of Scott Woods injury. The golfer, for its part, suggested that the traditional way of those things that just was "time for a change." Even disagree on how it was done looting. By telephone, as younger - face to face, said Woods
However, these statements are a different kind, as they do raise the specter of race. The issue has dominated English football in the last days, with John Terry of Chelsea, was charged with racial abuse QPR Anton Ferdinand - a charge he strongly denies. Now it's time for golf to deal with a similar review.
In the immediate future is the issue of continuity of employment with Scott Williams, who will no doubt be under pressure to take certain actions.
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