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Tiger Woods’ ex-caddie Steve Williams shed light on the contentious relationship he and his former employer now have, torching Woods with a  blatantly racist remark earlier this week in China.

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“My aim was to shove it right up that black —hole,” Williams said on stage at a caddie dinner during the pre-tournament festivities at the HSBC Championship.

The remarks are obviously inappropriate on a ton of levels, but the timing is one of the more shocking things. Why would he still be hung up on this thing months later, after it seems he’s found a great player to work with?

Read more at sports.yahoo.com.

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