Tiger Woods opened his 2015 British Open with a frustrating four-over-par 76 Thursday at St. Andrews. Then, of all organizations, AARP joked about him on Twitter.
With the leader Dustin Johnson well ahead of Woods by 11 shots at the end of his round, Woods sat near last place in the tournament. Soon after, the organization formerly known as the American Association for Retired People made a dig at his over-par round with a little plug for their 50-and-older membership group.
While par and age do tend to hold some sort of relationship down the road, Woods is still more than a decade away from being interested in AARP. Nonetheless, the tweet caused a bit of a stir on the social network ion Thursday.
— AARP (@AARP) July 16, 2015