Napoleon once said its better to be lucky than to be good.

In Tiger’s case, his luck is amplified by his skill—or is it the other way around.

Sally Jenkins writes about the effects of luck in this past weekend’s Masters in The Washington Post. She argues that many kinds of luck—intriguingly, even MORAL luck—played a part in the Woods – DiMarco showdown.

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