Before teeing off this week at the British Open, Tiger Woods let everyone know his career is far from over. When asked a question on Tuesday about possibly retiring, Woods said he doesn’t “have an AARP card” yet.
However, his play in the first round of the British Open told a different story. Woods stumbled his way to a 4-over 76 at St. Andrews, which is a place he knows quite well after winning two previous British Open’s there.
And before the dust could settle after his rough round, AARP tweeted out this response to his mention of the organization:
(@AARP) July 16, 2015
Ouch. Talk about adding insult to injury.
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