(Eds: With AP Photos.) By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer In a rush to announce a milestone for Tiger Woods - not that his record needs any embellishment - the PGA Tour revealed that the AT&T National was the 100th professional win of his career.
Woods took to Twitter and said he found that to be ''pretty cool.''
It's also a little complicated.
Woods moved past Jack Nicklaus into second place on the PGA Tour's career list of official wins at 74. Nicklaus, however, is credited with two wins at the National Four-ball Championship, a better-ball competition at Laurel Valley in 1970 and 1971 with none other than Arnold Palmer as his partner.
Sam Snead holds the PGA Tour record with 82 wins. For years, he was listed at 81 until the PGA Tour finally decided to recognize the British Open (also known as the oldest championship in golf) that Snead won in 1946 on the Old Course at St. Andrews (also known as the home of golf). Snead also is credited with four official wins in the Invernes...