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Is Steve Williams wrong for talking to the press?


Steve Williams has been criticised for breaking an unwritten rule in golf that caddies don't talk to the press after saying the win at the World Golf Championship-Bridgestone Invitational by playing partner Adam Scott was the "greatest of his career".

The New Zealander, who was sacked last month by former world No 1 Tiger Woods, was sought out by American broadcasters immediately after yesterday's closing round, a rare occurrence for a caddie.

In just his fourth appearance carrying the 31-year-old's clubs, Williams made it clear he rated the win very highly.

Is Steve Williams wrong for talking to the press? Here is the latest selection of Your Views:

- NZ Herald

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