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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 400 articles so far, you can find them below.


Chris Kirk missed the cut at last week’s Sony Open as he continues to go through a poor patch of play. Kirk has now not finished inside the top-20 of an event since August, and the American has missed the cut in three of his last six events. Kirk will now turn his attention to... Read More

Aaron Wise returns to action this week at the Desert Classic. Wise finished a respectable T27 on his last outing, despite his approach play being way off the mark. Wise dropped over five strokes to the field with his irons at the Tournament of Champions, and if he has cleared up whatever was ailing him... Read More

Abraham Ancer produced a solid display at last week’s Sony Open, finishing the event T29. Ancer’s result could have been much better had it not been for a frustrating week on the greens. The Mexican dropped 1.7 strokes to the field with the flat-stick over the four days of action. Ancer will now turn his... Read More

Charles Howell III produced some excellent golf on his way to a T8 finish at last week’s Sony Open. Howell has now recorded back-to-back top-20 finishes on his opening two starts to the year. Howell’s work with the flat-stick was particularly impressive last week, and the American gained over five strokes over the field on... Read More

Charl Schwartzel will tee it up for the first time this year at the Desert Classic this week. Schwartzel struggled mightily in the second half of 2018, missing the cut in four of the eight events he played in since June. The South African will hope that he can re-find his form this week, at... Read More

Charley Hoffman will make his first start of the year when he tees it up this week at the Desert Classic. Hoffman failed to record a top-10 finish in 2018, which was a big surprise, and the Californian will be looking to end that streak this week. The American has just one top-20 finish in... Read More

Kevin Kisner failed to shine at last week’s Sony Open. Kisner squeezed inside the cut-line to make the weekend, but was unable to shake off the rust and ended his week with a disappointing round of three over par to finish T69. Around the greens was Kisner’s downfall at the Sony Open, where the American... Read More

Brian Harman continued his dismal run of form, missing the cut at last week’s Sony Open. Harman’s entire game was off last week, but surprisingly it was his putting that did the most damage to him over the two days of action. Harman lost over four strokes to the field with the flat-stick last week,... Read More

Jon Rahm will make his second start of the year this Thursday at the Desert Classic. The Spaniard will be defending his title from last year, which he won in a tight playoff against Andrew Landry. Rahm enters the event in good form, having finished inside the top-25 in each of his last four events.... Read More

Chris Kirk will make his 2019 debut when he tees it up this week at the Sony Open. Kirk struggled in 2018. The 33-year-old has not finished inside the top-20 of an event since the Wyndham Championship. The American will look to put that run of form behind him when he tees it up this... Read More

Cameron Champ continued his impressive form at last week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions. Champ finished the event T11, and he has now finished in the top-30 in his previous six events. Champ was on form on the greens in Kapalua and gained almost five strokes over the field with the flat-stick. Champ will now look... Read More

Abraham Ancer is kicking off his year at this week’s Sony Open. Ancer produced some excellent golf at the end of 2018 and is certainly a player to watch out for in 2019. The 27-year-old is making just his second start at the Sony Open this week. In 2018, Ancer struggled at the venue and... Read More

Brandt Snedeker struggled at last week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions, failing to find his best form with his long game. Snedeker dropped 3.7 strokes to the field for his play tee to green, and it was the main factor for why he finished the event T22. Snedeker will now look to find some form at... Read More

Charles Howell III began his year in good style, finishing T13 at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Howell’s play off the tee was particularly impressive for the four days of action, gaining over two strokes over the field in this department. Howell will now turn his attention to the Sony Open, where he has a... Read More

Gary Woodland produced some brilliant golf on the way to a runner-up finish at last week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions. Woodland was pipped by a course record-breaking round by Xander Schauffele, but despite this, he will take plenty of confidence from his performance. Woodland gained over 10 strokes over the field for his play tee... Read More

Xander Schauffele smashed the course record on Sunday to stun Gary Woodland and take the title at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Schauffele fired an incredible round of 11-under par to capture his fourth win on the PGA Tour in just two years. The win moves Schauffele up to sixth in the Official World Golf... Read More

Kevin Kisner makes his first start of 2019 at this week’s Sony Open. Kisner has been out of action since November, and he begins his year at a course he has got the measure of over the past few years. Kisner has recorded top-25 finishes on his last three trips to the Sony Open. In... Read More

Patrick Reed failed to perform at last week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions. Making his first start to the year, Reed struggled on his way to a T25 finish. Reed’s main issue for the week occurred on the greens, where the American dropped 4.6 strokes to the field. Reed dropped another 4.2 strokes to the field... Read More

Brian Harman will be making his first start of the year when he tees it up this week at the Sony Open. Harman endured a difficult 2018, struggling for form for the majority of the year. Despite this, Harman is on a made-cut streak of nine events, however, in none of these events has the... Read More

Bubba Watson endured a brutal opening start to the year, struggling to a 31st place finish at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Watson’s poor week was due to his awful performance on the greens in Kapalua. The American dropped over 11 strokes to the field with the flat-stick for the four days of action. It... Read More

Hideki Matsuyama begins his year at the Sony Open, where he will look to put a disappointing 2018 behind him. An injury stifled Matsuyama in 2018, but the Japanese star performed very well at the back end of the year to give him momentum heading into 2019. Matsuyama has never played to the best of... Read More

Ted Potter Jr. will tee it up for the second time in Kapalua this week. Potter earned his place in the field after securing a shock win at Pebble Beach back in February. Since then, Potter has struggled for consistency, and has failed to notch another top-10 finish in that period. Potter’s only other appearance... Read More

Brice Garnett will kick off his year when he tees it up at this week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions. Garnett will enter this week as one of the biggest outsiders of the week, but the American has shown some form over the past few months, in particular with the putter. Garnett has gained strokes over... Read More

Cameron Champ will make his debut at the Sentry Tournament of Champions this week. Champ has been a revelation on the PGA Tour, displaying dominant length off the tee, the likes of which have never been seen before. Champ has recorded three top-10 finishes on his last five starts on the PGA Tour. The American... Read More

Brandt Snedeker endured a frustrating first half of 2018, but he more than made up for it with an impressive victory at the Wyndham Championship back in August. That victory earned him his spot in the Sentry Tournament of Champions, an event that Snedeker has thrived at in the past. In his last four trips... Read More

Aaron Wise will start his year at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. The American earned his spot in the field after taking the Byron Nelson title last year. Wise lost form after that, but he ended his 2018 in style, which suggests that he could be one to watch out for this week. In his... Read More

It was his very last start of the year which saw Charles Howell III secure his spot at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Howell III captured the RSM in November and will arrive at Kapalua full of confidence. Despite that win, Howell III has struggled in recent times, only recording two top-10 finishes in his... Read More

For the third time, Gary Woodland will kick off his year at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Woodland captured the Phoenix Open in 2018 to secure his place in this week’s field, and the American has shown some strong form over the past few months on the PGA Tour. Woodland has finished no worse than... Read More

It has been a remarkable 12 months for Francesco Molinari, and the Italian will enter 2019 with more confidence than he has ever had to begin a new year. This year will mark Molinari’s debut at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Molinari had never won a PGA Tour event until last year but will come... Read More

After a brilliant performance at the HSBC-Champions, Xander Schauffele earned his spot in the field for this week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions. It will be the American’s second appearance in Kapalua after he made his debut last year. The Californian struggled on his first start in Kapalua in 2018, finishing a disappointing T22. However, Schauffele... Read More

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