NJSGA Amateur Championship Suspended Due to Weather
ESSEX FELLS, N.J. – In the midst of the final round of the 120th New Jersey State Golf Association Amateur Championship presented by Provident Bank, play was suspended due to severe weather in the area. Action at Essex Fells Country Club will resume on Friday at 12 p.m., weather permitting.
Michael Brown, of Rock Spring Golf Course currently leads the field by one stroke. Brown shot a 2-over 72 in the third round, which took place Thursday morning. Brown, the Delaware and Pennsylvania State Amateur Champion owned a 2-under score through 15 holes, but went on to close out his final three holes at 3-over par.
One stroke off the lead is Reed Greyserman of Hamilton Farm Golf Club and Max O’Hagan of NJSGA E-Club at 4-under.
Greyserman fired a 6-under 64 in Thursday’s morning round, which marked the low round of the tournament so far. He compiled an impressive five birdies with just one blemish, coming on No. 5. Greyserman matched the lowest 18-hole score in Amateur Championship history, joining Dawson Jones and Dan O’Rourke, who also notched 64s in 2019 and 2017, respectively, however the two shot 8-under in relation to par.
Round 4 play was suspended at 1:18 p.m. with all 42 players on the course.
Additional details to all participating players will be provided in the morning.
Coverage of the 120th NJSGA Amateur Championship presented by Provident Bank will be available at NJSGA.org, where live scoring, news, and recaps will be featured throughout the week. Fans and players can also follow the organization on its social media outlets at Facebook.com/njsga1900, @NJSGA1900 on Twitter and @njsga1900 on Instagram.