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— WPU Women’s Golf (@WPUWomensGolf) April 14, 2013
It was one for the ages. And cringes. Tiger Woods’s former caddy, Steve Williams, tried to connect with Adam Scott, who heads to the Masters tournament playoffs against Argentina’s Angel Cabrera.
— Matthew (@matthewcluther) April 14, 2013
After that awkward high five I really hope Adam Scott and Steve Williams get another chance! #Masters
— Derek Gossler(@DerekGossler) April 14, 2013
“@graham_5: Was I the only one that noticed Adam Scott’s high five was pretty girly?” First thing I said when I saw it haha
— Drew Greenway (@drewgreenway10) April 14, 2013
Ask and ye shall receive.
— Mike Venables (@MikeVena) April 14, 2013
— Samit Sarkar (@SamitSarkar) April 14, 2013
Adam Scott is way better at high five’ing Stevie Williams than Tiger was. #masters
— Andy McCann (@andymccann6) April 14, 2013
Adam Scott and Steve just had a better high five than Steve and Tiger ever had in their time together.
— Jason Tieman (@jasontieman) April 14, 2013
— John Kalivas (@theKlev21) April 14, 2013
— Travis Milton (@travism28) April 14, 2013