I had no idea about Woods' acts: caddie


Williams, a New Zealander, denied any knowledge of the extra-marital affairs of his boss, the Sunday News reported.

“I am an honest person. I had no knowledge of what was going on. If I did, I would say I did,” he was quoted as saying.
Williams said he was angry that a prominent sports writer in the United States had called for the caddie to be sacked because it was hard to believe the affairs could have gone on without his “help or knowledge”.

Williams told the newspaper he had no knowledge of Woods’s list of lovers and any “indiscretions” happened while he himself was back with family in New Zealand.
“What people fail to realise is I (just) work for Tiger Woods,” Williams said.
“I live in New Zealand, I travel to and from New Zealand to caddie for Tiger Woods. I am not with him 24/7. Whilst I am a very good friend of his ... I don’t know what he does off the course.

“Some nights we go to dinner. His indiscretions have probably been (when he wasn’t playing).
“When he is not competing, I am back in New Zealand. I have no knowledge of what he is doing.”

Elin buys estate
Meanwhile, Woods’ wife Elin Nordegren has bought a vast beachfront estate on an island near Stockholm that can only be reached by boat, a residents’ association said on Sunday.

“Elin Nordegren bought a house on the island, it’s true. She’s the owner since December 1,” Sten-Aake Johansson, head of Faaglaro island’s residents association, told AFP.
“The property consists of several houses, it’s a renovated farm, on the water with a beach,” Johansson said.

According to the Swedish Aftonbladet daily the 24,000-square-metre property with swimming pool was sold for 16 million crowns (1.5 million euros, USD 2.2 million).

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