AARP burns Tiger Woods for saying he didn't have his AARP card yet
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AARP burns Tiger Woods for saying he didn’t have his AARP card yet


Even AARP is getting its shots in on Tiger Woods.

The group for Americans aged 50 and over issued a sick burn on the 14-time major champion after Woods turned in a lousy 4-over 76 in the first round of the 2015 British Open at St. Andrews.

If you're not a golf fan, then you might not get why that's such a brutal jab, so let us explain. During his pre-tournament news conference on Tuesday, Woods, who is 39, was asked about his game and the potential for his future retirement. Woods was somewhat defiant, saying, "Retirement? I don't have any AARP card yet, so I'm a ways from that."

Since Tiger is likely to have the weekend free, an AARP restaurant discount might help him offset making nothing for the second consecutive major.


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