AARP Sends Tiger Woods’ Respect Into Retirement
You're Tiger Woods, and you've gone from golden boy and best golfer ever to disgraced adulterer and worse than your drunk uncle at the muni nine-hole. You lost some very hot women. Your legacy is crumbling is buildings in a Dwayne Johnson movie. So there's no way things can't get worse for him. Cue ominous music, mood lighting...
Things just got worse. In his press conference Tuesday before the British Open, Woods responded to a question about retirement by saying at 39 "Retirement? Well I don't have my AARP card yet." Get it? Old people suck, right? Well, apparently they also have a Twitter account. After Woods had his worst round in a Major on Thursday, the AARP posted this:
— AARP (@AARP) July 16, 2015
Take that, Sonny! Wow, AARP took a better shot than Tiger did all day! As my retired father-in-law says, "Why are you still married to that guy?" Wait, that wasn't on point, was it? Anyway, when you get burned by the oldies, there's just no where to go but up.
Just like Tiger's round scores. (oh snap, another burn by an oldie)
— GOLF.com (@golf_com) July 17, 2015
Photo via Getty
David Young has been a columnist for ESPN and Sports Illustrated and is one for SportsGrid.
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