Australia’s Aaron Baddeley will have Steve Williams on his bag for the next two weeks after the veteran tour caddie decided to make a brief comeback.
A report on golf.com said that Kiwi Williams, who most recently caddied for Adam Scott and before that Tiger Woods and in the distant past for Greg Norman and Raymond Floyd, would be with Baddeley for the Byron Nelson tournament at Trinity Forest and again next week.
"Just think about all the people he has caddied for," Baddeley told the website. "He has worked for Norman and Floyd and Tiger and Scott and won with all of them. This is such a great teaching tool for me. There is no way this can't help me and the entire team. That’s why we wanted to do it."
Baddeley’s regular caddie, John Limanti, appears to have agreed to the change.
Baddeley, 37, has had a faltering season with one top-10 finish in 16 starts. He is ranked 228th in the world.