Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Woods Says There's No Rift with Caddie

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Woods Says There's No Rift with Caddie

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Tiger Woods will have Steve Williams carrying his golf bag at this week's AT&T National, two weeks after making critical comments about his caddie at the U.S. Open.

After finishing fourth with a final-round 4-over-par 75 at Pebble Beach Golf Links, Woods blamed the loss on three mental mistakes he said were influenced by Williams, his caddie for 11 years.

The admission of mental mistakes and singling out Williams was a rarity for Woods, the winner of 14 major titles, and led to questions about whether the duo would remain together.

"There's no tension there, not at all," Woods said during a news conference at Aronimink Golf Club in Newtown Square, Pa. "You guys are reading way too much into it."

INGRAM, JACKSON HONORED

Alabama running back Mark Ingram and LSU gymnast Susan Jackson were named Southeastern Conference male and female athletes of the year.

Ingram became the first Crimson Tide player to win a Heisman Trophy and helped lead the team to a national title.

He set Alabama's single-season rushing mark with 1,658 yards.

Jackson became the first LSU gymnast to win the NCAA all-around title and also was the national champion on the balance beam.

She was the first LSU gymnast to win the Honda Sports Award for gymnastics. …

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