Tiger Woods' former caddie Steve Williams is coming out of retirement to caddie for Adam Scott.
According to a report by Evin Priest of GolfDigest, the famous looper will be back on the fairways for the 42-year-old former Masters champion later this month and into 2023.
Woods and Williams split in 2011 following a partnership that saw them win 13 major championships together.
That famous partnership began in 1999. Two years after the split Woods was exposed as a serial cheater to his then-wife Elin Nordegren.
Now Woods has Joe LaCava on caddying duties.
Baker-Finch, in particular, has been vocal this week about Norman and his position in the world of golf.
After Williams and Woods called it quits the New Zealander teamed up with Scott.
At the time Scott - with his effortlessly flawless golf swing - was thought of as one of the best players in the game without a major championship.
Williams will be on the bag for Scott for the forthcoming Australian PGA Championship and the Australian Open.
Priest's report details that Williams and Scott's regular caddie Greg Hearmon will share the bag.
Scott told Priest:
As for Williams, he has been spending his time off dishing on his relationship with Woods on the Chasing Majors podcast.
There was this story about why Woods was late to the final round of the 2005 U.S. Open.
Williams also revealed why Woods simply didn't speak to him for six holes at the 2003 Masters.
And finally this epic tale of what Tiger did at every single PGA Tour event that took Williams by surprise.
Williams told GolfDigest of his return: