(CNN) -- Now that the soap opera between golfer Tiger Woods and his ex-caddie Steve Williams seems to be over, perhaps the golf world can concentrate on the drama at the last major of the year -- the PGA Championship that starts Thursday in Georgia.
The breakup between Woods and his caddie of 12 years dominated headlines in recent weeks. In several interviews after his dismissal, Williams let it be known that he was disappointed and shocked and also brought up Woods' sex scandal.
The jilted caddie then teamed up with golfer Adam Scott who beat Woods last week at the Bridgestone Invitational in Ohio.
During interviews afterward, Willams called it the "greatest week I've had in my career."
Woods seems ready to move on and had nothing but nice things to say about Williams during a news conference Wednesday.
"I was happy to see Adam and Stevie win," Woods told reporters. "I sent Stevie a nice text congratulating him on the win. It was good to see them go out there and play as well as they did."
Though the spat between Woods and Williams seems to be over, there are many other storylines at the major tournament at the Atlanta Athletic Club.
Many are wondering how U.S. Open champion Rory McIlroy will fare. The 22-year-old from Northern Ireland is considered one of rising stars in the sport.
Another intriguing story is what golf enthusiasts are calling the "Chubby Slam."
Retired former British golfer Andrew "Chubby" Chandler manages the golfers that won the first three majors this year. Fans are wondering if Chandler's golfers can win the last major of the year and complete the "Chubby Slam."
Chandler's golfers -- McIlroy, Darren Clarke and Charl Schwartzel -- will be paired together. It is part of the tournament's tradition to group the winners of the previous three majors.
Woods is paired with Davis Love III and Padraig Harrington.