It’s So Bad For Tiger Woods That AARP Is Dogging Him Now
Can someone tell me what in the hell has been going on with Tiger Woods for the past couple of years?
Once the most dominant golfer on the planet, who had a realistic chance of catching Jack Nicklaus’ major titles record, Woods has really fallen off, losing any aura that he had over his competition in the past.
Seriously, it’s as if fellow golfers just don’t give a rat’s ass about him, with world No. 1 Rory McIlroy all but saying as much a few years ago.
Direct shots fired at Tiger with this dress pic.twitter.com/ssfJbpKiO2
— BroBible (@BroBible) July 16, 2015
//platform.twitter.com/widgets.jsIn addition to Woods’ slump on the golf course—would you believe the dude has slipped all the way to No. 241 in the most current world golf rankings—he also made a bad choice in fucking up his relationship with fellow athlete Lindsay Vonn, who, as BroBible’s Twitter account pointed out, seemed to rubbed it in his face at the ESPYs last night by looking about as smokin’ hot as she possibly could in a red, here-are-my-long-legs dress.
Things have gotten so bad for Tiger, though, that a reporter actually had the balls to ask him if the 14-time major champ has, gulp, considered retirement—at age 36!
In typical, cocky Woods fashion, the golfer downplayed the incident and reminded everyone that he he didn’t yet “have any AARP card,” and that he’s, “still young. I’m not 40 yet. I know some of you guys think I’m buried and done, but I’m still right here in front of you.”
— AARP (@AARP) July 16, 2015
That’s all nice and good, Tiger, but you know who didn’t seem to like the reference of being old? AARP, who came in throwing heat at Woods with a tweet following his atrocious first-round at the British Open this morning.
Tiger Woods might rebound and regain his confidence to win another major tourney at some point or find the lady of his dreams, but when AARP is dogging you, man, you’ve just about reached rock bottom.