Dothan, AL-After a weather-crazy week, the rain stayed away for the final round of the 64th Annual Future Masters.
104 golfers plus ties made the cut to enter the championship round.
After 18 holes of golf, Jacob Joiner was crowned the 2013 Future Masters champion.
Joiner entered today's round tied for second with two under. Joiner shot a 66 on day one and a 72 on day two.
But today, he stole the show. Right off the bat, he birdied the first hole. He then went on to birdie 3, 7 and 8. At the turn, Jacob led with a score of 3 under 35.
But Joiner wasn't finished. Forget the birdies, he eagled the par-5-10th. He finished the back nine with a bogie on 16 and birdies on 17 and 18.
Joiner topped today's leader board with a score of 6-under-64. This is the lowest score to have ever been shot in a final round in the last decade. He closes out the tournament with a three day total of 202.
Kyle Mueller takes 2nd with a 207 and Taylor Funk takes 3rd with a 208.
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