The former caddie of Tiger Woods, Steve Williams, has said he now regrets his outspoken comments following the WGC-Bridgestone event.
Williams, who was sacked by Woods two weeks ago, caddied for Adam Scott in Ohio and claimed the experience was the best week of his life on the bag.
His comments were a thinly veiled dig at Woods, who he shared a 12-year partnership with, which resulted in 13 major titles.
"Looking back on it, I was a bit over the top," the New Zealander told FOXSports.com. "I had a lot of anger in me about what happened and it all came out."
"I said what I said, but I'm not going to say any more about Tiger. I had a lot of emotions going on all week. You hear people say 'How good are you now that you're not caddying for Tiger?' things like that and it makes you want to prove yourself."
Tiger's bag was carried by his childhood friend Bryon Bell in Ohio and he will also be caddying at the USPGA event this week, where fans will be looking forward to seeing Woods in his trademark red golf shirt making a charge on the final day.