With one of the great sporting partnerships ending today, we look back on the amazing 13-year run that saw Tiger Woods win 13 majors and 72 victories in total with Steve Williams carrying his clubs.
2000 US Open
Tiger's third career major victory and his second with Williams as caddie, he blitzed the field at Pebble Beach to win by a record 15 shots ahead of the field.
2000 Open Championship
Woods captured his first Open Championship title, doing it at the home of golf St Andrews, shooting all four rounds in the 60s to win his fourth major, and third with Williams, by eight shots.
2001 US Masters
Their fifth major win as a duo but Williams' first at Augusta, the victory completed the 'Tiger Slam' after Woods won the previous three major championships.
2005 US Masters
Woods won his fourth green jacket by beating Chris DiMarco in a playoff only after almost blowing the tournament when dropping a two shot lead with two holes to play. But it was this chip shot on the 16th hole in the final round that is most remembered...
2008 US Open
Their 13th and final major victory together goes down as one of the greatest, Woods beat Rocco Mediate on the first hole of sudden-death playoff after the pair were tied following an 18-hole playoff. Woods struggled throughout all 91 holes on one knee, missing the rest of the season after undergoing knee surgery.
- HERALD ONLINE