I was referring to currently, but I see your point.
I really do like the partnership of Tiger and Joey though. Not so much for on the course because Tiger could succeed with anybody there, but I believe the decision Joe Lacava made to leave a promising player like Dustin Johnson to go be on Tiger's bag was huge for Tiger's confidence. Tiger had hit a professional low after that missed cut at the PGA last year. That was the height of Tiger's doubters coming off injury and a mess of a performance. For a well respected caddy like Lacava to join Tiger, that was huge.
Feherty has a TV show. That's extremely different from an on-course interview right after a round.
I'm sure his bosses told him to interview Williams if Scott were to win. Its as simple as that. He still has producers that control the shots. His bosses wouldn't have let him say no to that without consequence. That's a big story because of the time. It was just a few weeks after the spat between Tiger and Steve. What producer in their right mind wouldn't want to get that interview.