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About Gianni Magliocco - RotoBaller

Gianni is a freelance sports writer. You can contact him at gmagliocco@outlook.com. Follow him on twitter @giancarlomag

Gianni Magliocco - RotoBaller has written 513 articles so far, you can find them below.


Charles Howell III Has Struggled At The RBC Heritage

Charles Howell III kept his solid start to 2019 going at last week’s Masters, finishing the event T32. Howell has now finished inside the top 35 in all 10 stroke-play events he has played in so far this year. The American will now look to keep that run going at this week’s RBC Heritage. Howell... Read More

6 days ago

Brandt Snedeker Misses The Cut At Augusta

Brandt Snedeker suffered a disappointing Masters tournament, missing the cut after failing to find his A game. Snedeker entered the event in good form, having finished T5 at the Players, and will now look to get back to that level of play at this week’s RBC Heritage. The American has a strong record at the... Read More

6 days ago

Kevin Kisner Keeps Consistent Run Going

Kevin Kisner kept his consistent run going at last week’s Masters, finishing the event T21. In stroke-play events in 2019, Kisner has now finished in the top 30, but not the top 20 in his previous seven events. Kisner will hope to claim his first stroke-play top-20 of the season at this week’s RBC Heritage.... Read More

6 days ago

Francesco Molinari Looking For Glory At The RBC Heritage

Francesco Molinari is back in action this week following a disappointing Sunday at Augusta National. Molinari was in a great position to get his hands on his first green jacket, but a double bogey on 12 opened the door for playing partner Tiger Woods, and another double at the 15th ruined his chances. This week... Read More

6 days ago

Xander Schauffele On Fire Once Again At The Majors

Xander Schauffele produced yet another strong performance at a major championship, finishing T2 at last week’s Masters. The Californian has now recorded three top-10 finishes in his previous four major appearances. Schauffele will now look to take that impressive form into this week’s RBC Heritage. Last year, Schauffele made his debut at the event where... Read More

6 days ago


RotoBaller PGA: One And Done Staff Picks - Valero Texas Open

Here at RotoBaller, we are always searching for ways to give our readers the best fantasy sports content possible. With that goal in mind, we are very proud to announce the addition of a weekly PGA “One and Done” column. In this feature, our golf staff of Joe Nicely, Spencer Aguiar and Gianni Magliocco will... Read More

3 weeks ago

Brian Harman Shows Signs Of Life At Sawgrass

Brian Harman produced his best performance since June at last week’s Players Championship. Harman finished T8 at the event, in what was his first made cut since the Genesis Open. Harman gained strokes in all of the significant strokes gained categories, and the American will be particularly pleased with his putting. For the four days... Read More

1 month ago

Gary Woodland Finishes T30 At The Players

Despite a solid T30 finish, certain areas of Gary Woodland’s game were misfiring at last week’s Players Championship. The American lost strokes to the field for his approach play at Sawgrass for just the second time this year, and Woodland was far from his best on the greens either. Woodland two strokes to the field... Read More

1 month ago

Patrick Reed Has Superb Form At The Valspar

Patrick Reed was far from his best at last week’s Players Championship, finishing the event T47. Reed lost strokes to the field at Sawgrass with his approach play, which is the fourth time in his last five events that he has done so. The American also suffered on the greens last week, losing 3.4 strokes... Read More

1 month ago

Rafa Cabrera Bello Plays Poorly At Sawgrass

Rafa Cabrera Bello suffered a disastrous two days at last week’s Players Championship. The Spaniard missed the cut and two areas where Cabrera Bello struggled most were with his approach play and work on the greens. Cabrera Bello lost almost six strokes to the field for his approach play at Sawgrass, his worst display in... Read More

1 month ago


Bubba Watson Suffers Once More At Sawgrass

Bubba Watson struggled once more at the Players Championship, finishing last week’s event at T56. Watson struggled with both his approach play and putting at Sawgrass, losing 1.9 and 2.6 strokes to the field in these areas respectively. The American has had an up and down 2019 thus far, and he will now look to... Read More

1 month ago

Jason Day’s Putter Kept Him In Touch At The Players

Jason Day put his back problems aside last week at the Players Championship, getting himself into contention before settling for a T8 finish. The Australian gained strokes over the field in every significant strokes gained category for the four days, with his putting being particularly good at Sawgrass. Day gained 4.7 strokes over the field... Read More

1 month ago

Sergio Garcia Keeps Solid Run Going

Sergio Garcia produced a decent display at last week’s Players Championship on his way to a T22 finish. The Spaniard gained 3.6 strokes over the field with the flat-stick last week which is the best he has performed on the greens at any event in over 12 months. However, the Spaniard struggled around the greens,... Read More

1 month ago

Jon Rahm Back In Action At The Valspar

After a stunning blow up on the 11th hole while in the lead at the Players Championship, Jon Rahm is set to go again this week at the Valspar as he seeks his first title of 2019. Besides the confusing water ball incident on Sunday, Rahm performed excellently at TPC Sawgrass, particularly with his irons.... Read More

1 month ago

RotoBaller PGA: One And Done Staff Picks - The PLAYERS Championship

Here at RotoBaller, we are always searching for ways to give our readers the best fantasy sports content possible. With that goal in mind, we are very proud to announce the addition of a weekly PGA “One and Done” column. In this feature, our golf staff of Joe Nicely, Spencer Aguiar and Gianni Magliocco will... Read More

1 month ago


Francesco Molinari Triumphs At Bay Hill

Francesco Molinari reigned supreme at last week's Arnold Palmer Invitational, producing a brilliant Sunday round to take the title. Making his debut as a Callaway staffer, Molinari shot a superb round of 64 on Sunday, and over the four days, it was the Italian’s hot putter which made the difference. Molinari gained 6.8 strokes over... Read More

1 month ago

Xander Schauffele Back In Action At TPC Sawgrass

Xander Schauffele returns to action this week at the Players. Schauffele has been out of action since the WGC-Mexico, where the Californian finished T14. Schauffele has gained strokes over the field in both strokes gained approaching the green and strokes gained putting in each event he has played in 2019. Schauffele has only played the... Read More

1 month ago

Kevin Kisner Continues Steady Form

Kevin Kisner continued his decent run of form at last week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational. Kisner finished the event T23 which is his best finish so far in 2019. Kisner has made every cut thus far in 2019, and he has now recorded four successive top-30 finishes. The American produced his best display of the year... Read More

1 month ago

Patrick Reed Struggles At Bay Hill

Patrick Reed failed to get going at last week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational. Reed finished the event T50 which is his worst finish so far in 2019. Reed’s play off the tee has been spotty so far this year, and last week he really struggled in this department, losing almost 2.5 strokes to the field with... Read More

1 month ago

Rafa Cabrera Bello Produces His Best At Bay Hill

Rafa Cabrera Bello produced his best performance of the year last week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. The Spaniard finished the event T3, and it was his work on the greens that was truly impressive. Cabrera Bello gained almost six strokes over the field with the flat-stick, which is easily his best work on the... Read More

1 month ago


Bubba Watson Shines With His Irons At Bay Hill

Bubba Watson produced a solid display at last week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational, finishing the event at T17. What’s even more encouraging for Watson is that the American produced his best display of the year with his irons. Watson gained 6.4 strokes over the field for his approach play last week, which is his best performance... Read More

1 month ago

Jason Day To Tee It Up At Sawgrass

Jason Day’s back forced the Australian to withdraw after just six holes at last week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational. Day stated how he struggled to walk the week prior to the event, and he took time off after the tournament to visit Magic Kingdom with his family. The Australian has stated how he is healthy now... Read More

1 month ago

Brooks Koepka Misses First Cut Of The Year

Brooks Koepka missed his first cut of the year at last week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational. It is Koepka’s first missed cut on Tour since July, and the American struggled primarily with his irons and flat-stick at Bay Hill. Koepka lost over two strokes on the greens for the two days of play, and he has... Read More

1 month ago

Rickie Fowler Struggles Off The Tee At Bay Hill

Rickie Fowler struggled at the Arnold Palmer Invitational last week on his way to a T40 finish. Fowler’s main issues were with his driver at Bay Hill, with the American losing almost three strokes to the field off the tee. Fowler will look to put that right at TPC Sawgrass this week. Fowler won the... Read More

1 month ago

Hideki Matsuyama Suffers Worst Week Of Career On Greens

Hideki Matsuyama suffered a disaster on the greens at last week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational. The Japanese star recorded his worst ever strokes gained putting total at an event last week, losing 8.3 strokes to the field in this department. Remarkably, Matsuyama still managed to record a respectable T33 finish, which was down to his solid... Read More

1 month ago


Sergio Garcia In Good Form Heading To The Players

Sergio Garcia heads to TPC Sawgrass in good form. Garcia has recorded back-to-back top-10 finishes on the PGA Tour in his last two starts, and his ball striking has been particularly impressive in that period. On both occasions, Garcia gained over seven strokes approaching the green over the field. The Spaniard won the Players back... Read More

1 month ago

Jon Rahm Returns To Action At Sawgrass

Jon Rahm returns to action this week at the Players, hoping to improve on a disappointing display in his last outing. Rahm finished T45 at the WGC-Mexico and suffered both with his irons and on the greens. Rahm lost 4.7 strokes to the field for his approach play that week and over three strokes to... Read More

1 month ago

Charley Hoffman Returning To Action

Charley Hoffman will make his first start since the Genesis Open at this week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational. Hoffman’s best finish of the year came in Phoenix where he finished T20, but since then he has struggled, finishing T60 at Pebble Beach before missing the cut at Riviera. Hoffman has a fine record at the Arnold... Read More

2 months ago

Francesco Molinari Teeing It Up At Bay Hill

Francesco Molinari returns to action this week, making his debut as a member of Callaway Golf’s staff. It will be just Molinari’s third start on Tour this year, who finished T26 at the Tournament of Champions and then T17 at the WGC-Mexico. Molinari has an excellent record at this week’s event. Since 2013, Molinari has... Read More

2 months ago

Kevin Kisner Looking To Keep Solid Form Going

Kevin Kisner has played well recently after struggling to begin the year. In his last three outings, Kisner has recorded top-30 finishes in all three, and on all three occasions, Kisner did his best work with the flat-stick. The American gained strokes over the field in all three of those events on the greens. Around... Read More

2 months ago


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