New England Patriots veteran quarterback Tom Brady congratulated Tiger Woods for winning his 15th Major title at the Masters. He also expressed his intention of matching the feat of the former world No. 1 golfer. In a tweet, Brady extended his congratulations to Woods, who won his fifth Masters trophy. Woods won by one stroke over Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele, and Brooks Koepka. "Congrats Tiger! What a performance," Brady tweeted moments after Woods won his first Major title since 2008 and first Masters crown since 2005.

After that, Brady posted another tweet about matching Woods' 15 Major titles.

"Running the numbers on how long it’ll take me to get to 15...," said the 41-year-old Brady, who currently has six Super Bowl titles.

Brady's target of 15 Super Bowl titles possible

Based on computation, Brady could match Woods' 15 Major trophies if the Patriots win every Super Bowl title until the veteran quarterback reaches 50 years old. Earlier, Brady said he plans to play until he's 45 years old. However, former New York Yankees slugger and current ESPN baseball analyst Alex Rodriguez revealed during a broadcast that Brady intends to play until he's 50 years old. In that broadcast, Rodriguez said that he knew two persons who want to play professionally until they're 50 -- Ichiro Suzuki and Brady.

Ichiro recently announced his retirement from Major League Baseball at age 45.

Brady's personal trainer and close friend, Alex Guerrero, said the veteran quarterback can play at age 45, adding that he's aware of his physical condition every day, especially after every game. When asked if Brady could play until he’s 50 years old, Guerrero said: “Why not?" Guerrero said he never places any limit on his client.

Brady remains silent about his playing career in the NFL, but in his latest Instagram post, he looks determined to give the Patriots a seventh Super Bowl trophy.

Brady focused on Masters' play

On Saturday (April 13), Brady tweeted that he's focused on watching the Masters, calling it "My only couch day of the year." On Sunday (April 14), he even posted tweets in-game, the first one was when Open champion Francisco Molinari took a three-stroke lead.

"How do you catch Molinari when he doesn’t make a mistake?" Brady tweeted.

When things got interesting on the back nine after Molinari carded a double bogey on the 12th, that dropped him into a tie with Woods, Brady tweeted "Game on....back 9 at Augusta is going to be fun to watch!!!!" With Woods' victory, several bettors hit pay dirt, with one winning $1.19 million on an $85,000 bet on Woods. Bookmakers admitted that they overlooked a possible win by Woods at the Masters.