Kiwi caddy Steve Williams will return to the PGA Tour this week to support Australian Aaron Baddeley.

Having most recently worked with Australian Adam Scott on the tour, Williams will work alongside Baddeley for the next two weeks.

Baddeley plays in the Byron Nelson tournament at new venue Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas, Texas this week, and remains in Texas for the Fort Worth Invitational at Colonial next week.

Williams, who has worked alongside the likes of Tiger Woods and Greg Norman, has said 2018 would likely be his final year working as a caddy and ruled out a return with Scott in late 2017.


The 54 year-old worked with Tiger Woods from 1999-2011, the majority of which Woods spent as the top-ranked men's golfer in the world.

Most recently, Williams worked alongside American Danielle Kang at the New Zealand Women's Open late in 2017 and fellow Kiwi Ryan fox at the Men's Open in March.

Baddeley has missed the cut in each of his past two tournaments, but finished in a tie for 16th at the Valero Texas Open in April. Since turning pro in 2000, the Australian has four PGA Tour wins to his name, as well as two victories on the European Tour.