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Augusta off golfer Brendan Jones' radar for injury comeback

Jon Tuxworth Canberra golfer Brendan Jones isn't thinking of a return to Augusta just yet. 


Canberra golfer Brendan Jones' wrist injury forces return

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David Polkinghorne Canberra golfer Brendan Jones' wrist injury has allowed him to spend a rare Easter back in Australia with his young family.


Brendan Jones anxious about future after injury layoff

Canberra golfer Brendan Jones will consider retirement if his injured wrist doesn't improve.

Jon Tuxworth Canberra golfer concedes he will consider retiring if he cannot recover fully from a serious wrist injury.

Birdie-birdie finish for Brendan Jones at British Open

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David Polkinghorne Canberra’s Brendan Jones finished in a flurry of birdies to post a solid one-under par at the British Open this morning.

Tough day at US Open for Brendan Jones

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Fleta Page Some costly errors made for a tough day at the office for Brendan Jones in the first round of the US Open this morning.

Brendan Jones wins golf's Japan Tour

By Andrew Both Australian Brendan Jones produced perhaps the finest performance of his career to win the Japan Tour's season-ending event.

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Locker Room: Raiders bloodlines, but rugby to the core


Chris Dutton They come from 'royal' Canberra Raiders bloodlines, but Tom Evans and Jordan Fulivai will be leading the ACT at the Australian schoolboys rugby union championships in Sydney this week.


Jones' call to chance his arm

David Polkinghorne Brendan Jones will fly to Japan on Tuesday in a last-ditch effort to finish off a stop-start season.


US PGA? Nah, I'll head to my mate's 40th instead

Canberra golfer Brendan Jones.

Jon Tuxworth Turning down an entry into the $US8million US PGA golf tournament to attend a mate's 40th birthday in Queenstown, New Zealand.


Jones turns to Raiders to solve major problem

Mitchell Silk The Canberra Raiders have had a season to forget, but injured golfer Brendan Jones has turned to the Green Machine to help get his own year back on track.


Injury-hit Jones faces surgery

Chris Dutton Injury has ruined Canberra golfer Brendan Jones' dream of winning the Australian Open.


After injury, Jones ready to attack 2014

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David Polkinghorne Brendan Jones is hoping his injury layoff can coincide with good mate Adam Scott reinvigorating Australian golf.


Playing it cool keeps Scott and Day in hunt

GULLANE, SCOTLAND - JULY 19:  Adam Scott of Australia tees off on the 3rd hole during the second round of the 142nd Open Championship at Muirfield on July 19, 2013 in Gullane, Scotland.  (Photo by Matthew Lewis/Getty Images)

Liam Fitzgibbon Adam Scott and Jason Day steered clear of trouble at Muirfield on Friday to creep further into contention on a bunching leaderboard at the British Open.


Scott plans PGA bounce-back

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Ben Everill Most of Australia is still trying to forget the British Open, but Adam Scott will embrace it as he looks to immediately bounce back and take out the PGA Championship at Kiawah Island in South...


Scott will rebound: Jones

08 June 2012 SPORT Canberra Times photograph by GRAHAM TIDY Story by Fleta Page. Canberra professional golfer, Brendan Jones, gets some last minute practice in, at the Royal Canberra Golf Club, before flying to the USA on Sunday to compete in this year's US Open.

David Polkinghorne Brendan Jones knows what it's like to fall apart at a major, but he's confident fellow Aussie Adam Scott has already put his British Open meltdown behind him.

It's anyone's ball game as PGA goes deep

Ben Everill If Australia is to break its major championship drought, one of 10 golfers needs to best one of the strongest fields ever assembled.


Scott 'fired up' in strong PGA field

New focus: Adam Scott will be 'putting the hammer down' at Kiawah Island.

Ben Everill, Kiawah Island If Australia is to break its major championship drought, one of 10 golfers needs to best one of the strongest fields ever assembled.


Aussie trio on the pace at US PGA

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Adam Scott showed no signs of a British Open hangover as he and fellow Australians Geoff Ogilvy and Aaron Baddeley made impressive starts to the US PGA Championship.


Woods, Singh on target in wind

Sweet swing: Tiger Woods tees off on the fourth hole in his second round as he chases the US PGA title in South Carolina.

Ben Everill, Kiawah Island Former world No. 1s and fierce rivals brave wild winds to share lead in US PGA Championship.


Jones wants more than his cut

David Polkinghorne A sniff of a top-two finish on the Japan Tour money list has Brendan Jones’s competitive juices flowing again ahead of this week's US PGA Championships.