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Chris Dutton

Chris Dutton is a sporters reporter at The Canberra Times.

Golf

Matt Millar chases top five at Masters but says Adam Scott out of reach

Chris Dutton Canberra's Matt Millar is targeting a top-five finish at the Australian Masters.

Golf

Ruffels sets his course for success

Ryan Ruffels

Chris Dutton He's the 15-year-old from a family of tennis stars but former Royal Canberra member Ryan Ruffels has set his sights on a career in golf.

Golf

Welsford puts down the bag and picks up clubs again

Damon Welsford during the first round on Day 1 of the Australian Open Golf at The Lakes Golf Club in Sydney. 10th November 2011
Photograph by Dallas Kilponen

Chris Dutton Damon Welsford sacrificed his own game to become a caddy and a stint carrying Nikki Campbell's clubs in Japan has reinvigorated his passion for golf.

Golf

Boost for Millar before Japan trip

Matt Millar pic

WA Open leader Matt Millar on Saturday
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Chris Dutton Matt Millar will use the confidence gained from his first top-10 finish at a major tournament this year to launch his bid to win a spot on the lucrative Japan tour next week.

Golf

Jones won't let wind blow away Open hopes

Brendan Jones

Chris Dutton A brutal and ''diabolical'' wind almost knocked Brendan Jones out of Australian Open contention on Saturday.