During the last three holes of final round PGA golf championship, I noticed one thing that maybe the cause of Tiger Woods's failure in grasping his third victory within three- week golf play.
It was when he changed his new glove. I saw he didn't focus his attention at the glove. His mind went around obviously at how to make good in the next shot. Stay tuned, not at hand, but to imagining how the ball will fly and stop at a perfect position. In other words, Woods lost his mindful balance and consciousness (or sati in Pali) is out of his control. Golfing is, therefore, proved to be the real mentally-oriented game.
This also reveals Lord Buddha teachings about truth. Nothing is certain, only uncertainty is certain.