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A Study Finds Good Luck Charms Really Work If We Believe

It may be a bit early to be thinking about golf…unless you’re the President, but when you do look ahead to next season, think about using some kind of “good luck charm”.  A University of Cologne study found that believing an object is charmed helps guys perform better.

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Golfers who were told the ball they were using was lucky played 35% better than men who were handed a “normal” ball.   So, you gotta believe, you can’t fake it! 

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