Fearsome Foursome: Northern Trust Open
Would you rather be lucky or good?
It's an age-old philosophical query that often prompts two more questions in return. How lucky? And how good?
In golf terms, I suppose "luck" can best be defined by Bob Goalby's becoming the default winner of the 1968 Masters when Roberto De Vicenzo signed an incorrect scorecard. More recently, it factored into Geoff Ogilvy's victory at the 2006 U.S. Open, when all fellow contenders were wiped away by their own misgivings.
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