Jim Souhan: Diverse, crowded Masters leaderboard makes for an exciting weekend at Augusta

AUGUSTA, GA. — The hand-operated scoreboards at Augusta National do not care whether you putt cross-handed or cross-eyed, whether you hit driver or 3-wood, or which continent you call home.Friday at The Masters was proof. By the end of the second day, the four players tied for the lead at 9-under included a Mexican, an Australian, a South Carolinian and a Kentuckian.Trailing them by a shot were a Californian, a South Korean, a Spaniard and a Japanese player.At 7-under were three players from the UK, one from South Africa and one from Taipei.And none of them were named Tiger, Bryson or Phil.Set…

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