His divorce from Elin Nordegren is a distant memory, but Tiger Woods' life is far from back to normal. In fact, his other "divorce" keeps making headlines.
Tiger's recent split from Steve Williams, his longtime caddy, was a dominant subplot of this weekend's Bridgestone Invitational, won by Adam Scott.
Caddying for the Australian in their first victory together? Williams!
Asked about the victory he helped Scott achieve, Williams said it was the greatest he'd ever been a part of, and called the past week "the best of my life."
It was a thinly-vailed slap at the man he believes let him go for no reason, and who finished tied for 37th Sunday, a whopping 18 strokes back of Scott.
Williams has been openly upset about the firing, saying he got canned over the phone. Tiger's agent says it was "done face-to-face and man-to-man."
Regardless of who's more accurate, both stars will be at the year's final major, the PGA Championship, kicking off Thursday at the Atlanta Athletic Club.
Can Tiger rebound, or will his woes continue?