"That's pretty cool to get to 50", Tiger Woods said on his achievement in winning his 50th PGA Tour title on Sunday August 6th at the Buick Open in Grand Blanc, Mich. "Never in my wildest dreams did I think I'd get to 50", he continued.
And so, the American golfer has become the youngest player ever to hit the milestone with the predicate in hand at his mere 30 years age, beating Jack Nicklaus' record pace who reached the title in 1973 at age 33.
Despite all, Woods won't stop just there, saying ''hopefully'' he'll keep playing and reach the Sam Snead's record for the PGA Tour's career wins list with 82, ahead of Nicklaus's 73.
''It's going to be a lifetime, a career, to get to that point and attain something like that,'' says Woods. ''It took me 10 years to get here. Hopefully, I can continue playing well over the next 10, 20 years.''