Jordan Spieth is consoled by caddie Michael Greller at the end of his final round at the US Masters. Photo: TNS Jordan Spieth is consoled by caddie Michael Greller at the end of his final round at the US Masters. Photo: TNS
Jordan Spieth is consoled by caddie Michael Greller at the end of his final round at the US Masters. Photo: TNS
Tim Noonan
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Tim Noonan

If Jordan Spieth is honest – and he is – he knows his Masters loss is good for golf

Danny Willett victory at Augusta adds some vinegar to what is shaping up to be a spicy narrative for the sport’s new era of stars

Jordan Spieth is consoled by caddie Michael Greller at the end of his final round at the US Masters. Photo: TNS Jordan Spieth is consoled by caddie Michael Greller at the end of his final round at the US Masters. Photo: TNS
Jordan Spieth is consoled by caddie Michael Greller at the end of his final round at the US Masters. Photo: TNS
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Tim Noonan

Tim Noonan

Tim Noonan has been crafting uniquely provocative columns for the SCMP and SMP for more than a decade. A native of Canada, he has over 20 years’ experience in Asia and has been a regular contributor to a number of prominent publications, including Time magazine, Forbes, The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune and The Independent.