Title: Woods, Williams bury the hatchet
Description: Don’t expect awkward moments on Friday when the all-star threesome – Tiger Woods, Adam Scott and Phil Mickelson – walk onto the tee at the Deutsche Bank Championship. MORE FROM GOLFWEEK Deutsche Bank Championship picks TPC Boston: Hole by hole Rory plenty busy Woods feeling better Deustche Bank tee times EurAsia Cup added to Euro slate After more than two years of acrimony, Steve Williams and Tiger Woods have buried the hatchet. The world’s No. 1-ranked player and his estranged caddie – who went through an ugly divorce in 2011 – made their peace at last month’s British Open at Muirfield. “There’s an old saying that time heals all wounds,” Williams told FOX Sports. “I was very hurt by what happened with Tiger. Hurt and very disappointed. “I think it could’ve been handled differently. “But it’s been a couple of years and, as I said, time has a way of healing.” Williams had not spoken to Woods since he was fired – ostensibly for working for Scott while Woods was injured – at the 2011 AT&T National in Philadelphia. They have exchanged a few perfunctory handshakes since, at the 2011 Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne and more recently, at the US Open at Merion when Scott and Woods were paired for the first two rounds. But their relationship was as frosty as ever.