Steve Williams has been Tiger Woods' right-hand man on the golf course since 1999 and he can't wait for the day when they're back on the greens together. But in a new interview, Williams isn't putting a time table on it.
"There are some things more important than golf," Williams told New Zealand's Sunday News. The New Zealand native added that Tiger is going through the "healing process. When he plays is when he plays."
During his public statement Friday, Tiger admitted to cheating on his wife and said he'd be returning to his in-patient therapy. As RadarOnline.com was the first to report, Woods had been at a behavioral clinic in Mississippi for treatment as a sex addict.
Williams wants Tiger to take as much time as he needs to address his "problem," and when they do get back to work, he says he "won't do anything differently. I won't view him any differently."