Chase Feagin Started his first round of golf eight over par. Not exactly how he planned on starting the tournament, however his game took a turn for the better.
Round 2 he shot only 2 over par and for his final round only one over par. In total he ended 11 over par, which made him the lowest scoring local in Dothan. For his accomplishments he received a very shiny prize. "This is an honor, this is a great tradition that they have at the future masters honoring dothans lowest scorer who plays in it," said Feagin.
This will be his last year competing in the Future Masters and a memory he will never forget. "I feel honored to have gotten it. Walking up nine's fairway which was the last hole for me knowing this was my last year, the last hole I would ever get to play at the future masters, that was really kind of special for me," said Feagin.
And now along with his memories, he has a gold trophy as a reminder of his hard work.