I voted "eventually" because eventually every record falls. Like the person the stat represents, father time always passes them up..
Even if Woody does get 19+ majors, some one will come along and break the new record....eventually.
All records were NOT made to be broken. I can think of at least 10 off the top of my head that will never be eclipsed, to include Ripken's consecutive games played, Cobb's career batting average, Woods' consecutive cuts made, Rice's TDs, et. al.
While players always get bigger, stronger, faster over time, sometimes the way the game is played changes such that certain records cannot be matched.
Relative to Jack's major record, I believe the level of competition has improved so greatly that no one will ever dominate to the degree Jack did. Jordan and Rory will probably both get to double digits and they will be sharing the majors they don't get with some heretofore unknown superstars currently in junior high somewhere. This will be another of those unassailable milestones that our grandkids will marvel at 100 years from now.
You know how much you should eat, that doesn't mean you necessarily eat that much!
I know I generally eat too much, but it usually is fine during the golf season when I go out and play 18 right after walking with my bag.