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Tuesday
Aug092011

2011 PGA Photo Caption Fun: Stevie-Steiney Edition!

That would be the super-looper with his back to us, and the super-agent facing WSB Atlanta Zach Klein's camera. Klein Tweeted the image from Atlanta Athletic Club Tuesday.

I wonder what they are saying?

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Do you have any penicillin?
08.9.2011 | Unregistered Commentercalvin coolidge
Looks like Stevie is in control of that conversation. At least holding his ground.
08.9.2011 | Unregistered CommenterAdam Clayman
"Look mate, Tiger is done. You should represent me instead. At this rate 10% of my 10% of Scotty's winnings is going to be more than you get from Tiger's winnings. I think you could really help me renegotiate my Havoline contract now that I am a star in my own right."
08.9.2011 | Unregistered Commenterreef
"Look Steiny, if you call Adam once more, I am going to throw your cell phone into a lake."
08.9.2011 | Unregistered CommenterMarky Mark
Steiney: got a text from Gillette, new campaign, The Frontrunners, they want you, Federer and Jeter.
Stevie: Federer, that has-been? I'll work with Nadal though.
Steiney: I'll let 'em now. Any objections to throwing Tiger a bone on this?
Stevie: At the shoot, he can park the cars.
Steiney: Sounds good.
Look at me when I'm talkin' to you!
This isn't a caption, but maybe they had an actual mature discussion about moving forward in a non-douche way.
08.9.2011 | Unregistered CommenterTighthead
You're looking a little down mate. Did you get a phone call?
08.9.2011 | Unregistered Commenterhhmorant
Go ahead Mark, take a swing, there's nothing I'd like more...

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All joking aside...

...Steiney does look like he is having a hard time digesting something that Steve has told him. Meaning Steve has delivered some new news to Mark that has stunned him.

A. Clayman is correct, Steve is driving that bus. hhmorant might not be all that far off.
08.9.2011 | Unregistered CommenterDel the Funk
Hey, Mark, don't blame me. Go talk to that fire hydrant behind you.
08.9.2011 | Unregistered CommenterEast End Golfer
Steinberg: "Okay Stevie, what's it gonna be: will we cut off your tongue or your right hand? Mister Woods has *ways* of dealing with your kind..."
08.9.2011 | Unregistered CommenterTim Gavrich
Stevie: "My literary agent is talking about quarter mil on the advance, 10 percent royalty stream."

Steinberg: "Okay, Stevie. We've established what you do for a living, now we're just negotiating the price."

Stevie: "Our working title is "View From Behind the Putz.'"

Steinberg: "We'll have an offer to your people in the morning."
08.9.2011 | Unregistered Commenterstyled
I'm not clever enough for a caption on this one. Unless, maybe, Stevie saying to Steiny "No, you can't have 10 percent of my 10 percent. And, by the way, Valvoline dumped you too."

What strikes me most though, is the body language. Those are two uncomfortable people. Steiny with his arms crossed is signalling he's firm in his position and isn't going to listen to Stevie. Stevie's posture says he's ready to deck him. Now that would be fun. Until the lawyers waded in.
08.9.2011 | Unregistered CommenterTroglodyte
"2005 Masters?"
"Nope - this week was the best ever."
"2000 U.S. Open?"
"Nope - this week was the best ever."
"2008 U.S. Open?"
"Mate, I'm not joking!"
08.9.2011 | Unregistered CommenterKSI
"I'm might have a non-disclosure agreement Steiny, but the infamous fire hydrant just arrived and is willing to talk publicly unless he and I get some payola. So, start using those negotiating skills."
08.9.2011 | Unregistered Commentersgolfer
Can you believe what Hank Haney had to say about Tiger?
08.9.2011 | Unregistered CommenterWipey Swimg
"I know he's a dick but he's made us both a lot of money"
08.9.2011 | Unregistered CommenterAl
Love the body language!
08.9.2011 | Unregistered Commenterlloydcole
Steiny: You lied.
Stevie: No... you did. He fired me on the phone.
Steiny: That's not what he told me.
Stevie: And you believe him.
Steiny: Of course.
Stevie: Right, mate. You keep believing him. You're the only one left. That makes you next.
08.9.2011 | Unregistered CommenterTroglodyte
Stevie: "You've got to do a lot better than that, mate."

Steiny: "How much better?"

Stevie: "Let's see. I've got used needles with DNA, empty vials with fingerprints, FedEx receipts . . ."

Steiny: "How 'bout $250k for the whole lot?"

Stevie: "Did I mention I hired a ghost writer?"
Steiny: But he has to have it! How about $500 grand?
Stevie: I'm telling you, his little black book is worth at least a million up front, and 10 percent of his endorsements the next five years. Random House bid $1.5 million, but I'm an honorable man. And you don't want to know what the Enquirer is bidding.
Steiny: That's blackmail!
Stevie: You ought to know!
08.9.2011 | Unregistered CommenterGolden Bell
I was never caddying for Tiger, he was playing for me. Didn't you hear me say that I had 145 wins.
Just remember; one word... "Valvoline."
08.9.2011 | Unregistered CommenterChuck
Steiny, looks like you could use some of that Japanese Balm mate!
08.9.2011 | Unregistered CommenterHawker
"What have you done for me lately?"
08.9.2011 | Unregistered CommenterAdam Clayman
Steiney: ".....and that's what Tiger really wanted to say"

Long Pause.....


Stevie: "Don't make me hurt you"
08.10.2011 | Unregistered Commenterjohnnnycz
Steve: Steiny, play cool and don't look.... but did that fire hydrant just move a little closer!
08.10.2011 | Unregistered CommenterO'C
Whether if it's on the curb, in front of a fire hydrant, or occupying two parking spots, it's just baller status. Especially if you do all three at the same time.-<a href="http://www.repsking.com/knockoff-fendi-sunglasses-349.html">fendi sunglasses</a>
09.15.2011 | Unregistered Commenterlily

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