Pictured: Michael Brown of Rock Spring Golf Club

JACKSON, N.J. – The duo of Michael Brown and Peter Barron carded a 7-under par 64 on Monday afternoon in the final qualifying round of the 90th New Jersey Four-Ball Championship at Westlake Golf & Country Club. Overall, 13 teams at Westlake carded a 2-under par or better to make the cut for the first major championship of the 2022 season.

Brown of Rock Spring Golf Club and Barron of Galloway National Golf Club put together eight birdies with just one bogey, coming on the 18th hole.

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“Fairways and greens,” Barron credited to the impressive 64. “We both had birdie putts on just about every single hole.”

Peter Barron, Galloway National Golf Club

“We made a point of trying to both be in every hole,” reflected Brown. “If we could do manage to do that, we thought our chances were pretty good.”

Dave Zoni, of Pine Barrens Golf Club and Gregory Stephanides, of Howell Park Golf Course turned in a 5-under 66. The first-time four-ball partners combined for six birdies and one bogey. 

"My goal was to get as many pars as I can and let him (Dave) shoot for birdies," reflected Stephanides. "That worked out for both of us." 

The 90th Four-Ball Championship is set for May 16-18 at Deal Golf & Country Club.

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