Perhaps it's a good thing that Tiger Woods tees off in the middle of the night.

If you set your alarms to see his performance, you would have been better off going back to sleep.

Or, maybe his poor play put you back to sleep.

The 14-time major champion had another disastrous day on the course at St. Andrews finishing four over par shooting a 76.

The course at St. Andrews is one that he's succeeded at winning two majors on it in the past, but this is not the same Tiger Woods.

Earlier in the week he told the media in Scotland that "I'm still right here in front of you," alluding to the fact that naysayers continue to count him out.

“I’m still young. I’m not 40 yet. Retirement? I don’t have any AARP card yet, so I’m a ways from that," Woods went on to say.

AARP, a membership organization for people over 50, took to Twitter to respond soon after his dismal performance and added insult to injury.

 

Woods will take the course again tomorrow morning in Scotland to try and make the cut, but he will have an uphill battle if he wants to stick around for the weekend.

The game could be passing Woods by in the form of Jordan Speith who has been 100 strokes better than Woods in the 19 rounds of golf they've played together.

Speith is looking to be just the third player since 1900 to win three straight major championships.

Woods was the last golfer to do it 2002.