Scott seeks to calm rough waters

Australasian PGA Tour | 2011 The Australian Open | General | 07 Nov 2011

Adam Scott today released a statement to put a dampener on some of the media frenzy surrounding the comments made by his caddie Steve Williams in Shanghai last week.

The following is his statement;

“I take this opportunity to address the comments that were made by my caddy, Steve Williams, at the Annual Caddy Awards Dinner this week in Shanghai, and the subsequent media reporting.

I want it made very clear that I do not support nor condone racism. I believe there is absolutely no room for racial discrimination in any walk of life, including the game of golf.

I have discussed this matter directly with Steve and he understands and supports my view on this subject. I also accept Steve’s apology, knowing that he meant no racial slur with his comments.

On behalf of my team, I apologize personally to everyone that was offended by the reported comments. Please accept this apology so we can all move on.

I now consider the matter closed. I will not be making any further comment."

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