Steve Hummer: It's a mixed bag of leaders heading into Masters weekend

AUGUSTA, Ga. — When he got the invitation to play this year in his first Masters, Abraham Ancer immediately framed it and hung it in his living room. Now it’s like a member of the family.When finally he got to play Augusta National for the first time nine days ago in a warm-up for the Masters, he didn’t want to leave short of an eviction notice. “I played 27 holes. I wanted to keep on playing. I just ran out of time,” he said.There was a wide and wonderful assortment of names sharing the lead when daylight ran out on the incomplete second round of the Masters Friday.Of the four tied at 9 under…

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