Inducted in 2014
Steve Williams has been on the bag for 14 major championship wins, more than any other caddie in the history of the game. At the age of ten, he began caddying at his home club in New Zealand, spending his summers and weekends there learning the game. His first professional caddying stint was with Australian great Peter Thomson when Steve was just 13 years old. He later caddied for Greg Norman and Raymond Floyd before joining Tiger Woods in 1999. With Williams on the bag, Woods won 13 major championships. He also caddied for Adam Scott, who won the 2013 Masters with Williams as his caddie.
Steve's work embodies the caddie values of hard work, dedication and teamwork. For his work promoting the important role of caddies in the game of golf, Steve Williams earned a place in the Caddie Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who support caddying.