New Zealand: Tiger Woods' New Zealand caddie Steve Williams walked away uninjured from his second speedway crash this year, New Zealand television reported on Tuesday. TV3 showed footage of Williams' limited saloon car flipping and rolling four times during a dirt-track race on New Zealand's central North Island on Saturday. He was examined by trackside paramedics but did not need further medical treatment. He declined to speak to reporters about his condition. Prior accident In late January, Williams had surgery on his left hand after gashing it to the bone when the same style of car flipped and hit a safety wall on the last lap of a dirt-track race, also in New Zealand. On that occasion, he joked that Tiger Woods would have to adjust to his one-armed caddy. And it seems that Woods did, going on to win his ninth major title by winning the US Masters at Augusta last month. However, this time, instead of Tiger's patience being tested - his nerves may be stretched by his 'crash-hot' caddy.