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About Gianni Magliocco - RotoBaller

Gianni is a freelance sports writer.

Gianni Magliocco - RotoBaller has written 526 articles so far, you can find them below.


Rafa Cabrera Bello Finishes T22 At Pebble Beach

Rafa Cabrera Bello produced a solid showing on his first start on Tour this year, finishing the AT&T Pro-Am T22. The Spaniard will be disappointed with his display on Sunday though, where he shot a round of two-over par. Cabrera Bello shot two double bogeys on his last five holes to slip down the leaderboard.... Read More

7 months ago

Bubba Watson Has Been Dominant At Riviera

Bubba Watson will defend his Genesis Open title this week. Watson has a spectacular record at the event, winning it three times and sitting second for strokes gained total at the tournament for the last five years. On Watson’s first three starts to the year, the American has putted poorly and has lost a significant... Read More

7 months ago

Hideki Matsuyama Looking To Master Riviera

Hideki Matsuyama returns to action this week, teeing it up at the Genesis Open. Matsuyama has looked very sharp on his opening two starts to the year, claiming top-15 finishes at both the Farmers and Waste Management Phoenix Open. However, Matsuyama will be slightly concerned with his display with the flat-stick. In Phoenix, Matsuyama lost... Read More

7 months ago

Tyrrell Hatton Back In Action At Genesis Open

Tyrrell Hatton will tee it up at this week’s Genesis Open, after producing a strong display on his opening start of the year at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Hatton finished T15 in Phoenix, but the Englishman will hope to produce a far better performance with his irons this week than he did there. That... Read More

7 months ago

Jon Rahm Making Genesis Open Debut

Jon Rahm returns to action this week at the Genesis Open. Rahm’s 2019 has started very well, with the Spaniard notching four top-10 finishes in his opening four starts to the year. In these events, Rahm has done his best work off the tee. The Spaniard has gained an average of almost three strokes over... Read More

7 months ago


Rafa Cabrera Bello Making First PGA Tour Start Of 2019

Rafa Cabrera Bello is making his first start of the 2019 PGA Tour season at this week’s AT&T Pro-Am. Cabrera Bello last appeared on the Tour back in October, and he will be hoping his 2019 will be as good as his 2018. Over his last 50 rounds, the Spaniard sits eight in this week’s... Read More

8 months ago

Kevin Kisner Performs Well In Phoenix

Kevin Kisner produced a much-improved display at last week’s Waste Management Phoenix Open. Kisner had struggled as of late, but he finished T26 last week to give him confidence heading into the next few events. Not known for his length, Kisner excelled off the tee in Phoenix, gaining almost four strokes over the field off... Read More

8 months ago

Brandt Snedeker Struggles In The Desert

Brandt Snedeker struggled all week at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, eventually settling for a T55 finish. Snedeker particularly struggled with his driver last week, and the American dropped a massive 5.6 strokes to the field for his play off the tee. Snedeker putted well in the desert, gaining over three strokes over the field... Read More

8 months ago

Abraham Ancer Misses Consecutive Cuts

Abraham Ancer suffered another poor outing at last week’s Waste Management Phoenix Open. Ancer was nowhere near his best in all departments of his game, and he has now missed consecutive cuts. This is the first time that Ancer has missed back-to-back cuts on the PGA Tour since June. Ancer will not be in action... Read More

8 months ago

Keith Mitchell Suffers Horror Show With His Short Game

Keith Mitchell will look to bounce back from an abysmal week at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Mitchell finished T73 at the event, after suffering a disastrous four days with his short game. The American dropped 5.7 strokes to the field with his putter in Phoenix, and the nightmare for Mitchell didn’t end there, with... Read More

8 months ago


Ted Potter Back To Defend His Title At Pebble Beach

Ted Potter Jr. was the unlikely winner of last year’s AT&T Pro-Am, and he is back once again to defend his title. Potter has had a mixed start to 2019, and at last week’s Waste Management Phoenix Open, Potter missed the cut. It was his work on the greens that proved costly, with Potter dropping... Read More

8 months ago

Cameron Champ Struggles In The Desert

Cameron Champ struggled mightily at last week’s Waste Management Phoenix Open, and in the end, had to settle for a T67 finish. Champ’s work around the greens proved very costly, with the American dropping 5.5 strokes to the field around the greens. It has been a very shaky beginning to 2019 for Champ, and he... Read More

8 months ago

Charley Hoffman Shows Signs Of Life In Phoenix

Charley Hoffman produced a much-improved display at last week’s Waste Management Phoenix Open. Hoffman finished the event T20, claiming his first top-20 finish since August. Encouraging for Hoffman is the fact that the American gained strokes in all of the significant strokes gained statistics. Hoffman will now hope to back that performance up at this... Read More

8 months ago

Patrick Reed To Tee It Up At Pebble Beach

Patrick Reed returns to action this week and will tee it up at the AT&T Pro-Am. Reed’s last outing proved to be a success, with the American finishing T13 at the Farmers Insurance Open. That week, Reed gained a mammoth 7.5 strokes over the field with the flat-stick, and the Texan will be hoping to... Read More

8 months ago

Rickie Fowler Hangs On To Win In Phoenix

Rickie Fowler held on to win the Waste Management Phoenix Open after a bizarre final round. Fowler recovered from a double and triple bogey to crawl over the line and record his first victory in almost two years. Fowler’s putting was sensational all week, and it was undoubtedly the difference maker. Over the four days... Read More

8 months ago


Jason Day Has Great Form At Pebble Beach

Jason Day returns to action this week at the AT&T Pro-Am at Pebble Beach. Day notched an impressive top-five finish on his last outing at the Farmers Insurance Open, and the signs are that there is more to come from the Australian this week. Day lost strokes with his approach play that week, and an... Read More

8 months ago

Keith Mitchell’s Poor Form On The Greens Proves Costly

Keith Mitchell failed to make it to the weekend at last week’s Farmers Insurance Open. Mitchell suffered a miserable week on the greens which led to a missed cut for the American. Mitchell dropped almost three strokes to the field last week on the greens, and he has now lost strokes on the greens in... Read More

8 months ago

Cameron Champ Misses The Cut At Torrey Pines

Cameron Champ missed his first cut since July at last week’s Farmers Insurance Open. The result came to a shock to many who had figured his length off the tee would be a huge weapon at Torrey Pines. However, Champ was undone by a poor two days on the greens. With the flat-stick in hand,... Read More

8 months ago

RotoBaller PGA: One and Done Staff Picks - Waste Management Phoenix 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

8 months ago

Abraham Ancer Suffers Surprising Missed Cut

Abraham Ancer missed his first cut on the PGA Tour since August at last week’s Farmers Insurance Open. It was a surprising missed cut for Ancer who has performed very well as of late, and a closer inspection of his play at Torrey Pines shows that it was a miserable two days on the greens... Read More

8 months ago


Brandt Snedeker Struggles At Torrey Pines

Despite making the weekend, Brandt Snedeker will be disappointed with his showing at last week’s Farmers Insurance Open. A former champion at the event, Snedeker had to settle for a lowly T62 finish. The American struggled mightily over the four days with his irons. Snedeker dropped a massive 5.5 strokes to the field for his... Read More

8 months ago

Aaron Wise Misses Consecutive Cuts

Aaron Wise struggled at last week’s Farmers Insurance Open and ended up missing the cut. It means Wise has missed consecutive cuts on the PGA Tour. All parts of Wise’s game were out of sync in California last week, with the American losing strokes in all of the significant strokes gained statistics. It’s been a... Read More

8 months ago

Charles Howell III Claims Top-20 Finish At Torrey Pines

Charles Howell III made it 17 cuts in a row made at Torrey Pines last week. Howell has always produced his best at the Farmers Insurance Open, and he performed well once again last week on his way to a T20 finish. Howell did his best work last week with this driver. The American gained... Read More

8 months ago

Charl Schwartzel Misses Another Cut

Charl Schwartzel’s dismal start to the year continued as he missed yet another cut on the PGA Tour. Schwartzel was nowhere near his best at Torrey Pines last week, with his wayward driver proving very costly at the venue. The South African will hope to reverse his fortune at this week’s Phoenix Open. It is... Read More

8 months ago

Gary Woodland Bounces Back At Torrey Pines

Gary Woodland got back on the horse last week, producing an excellent display around Torrey Pines. Woodland finished the Farmers Insurance Open T9, and he did so by flushing his irons for the four days. The American gained over five strokes over the field for his approach shots, which bodes well for his chances in... Read More

8 months ago


Charley Hoffman’s Dreadful Form Continues

Charley Hoffman missed his third cut in succession at last week’s Farmers Insurance Open. Hoffman is struggling for form right now, and any hope that he might find his game in his home state was quashed with a poor two days at Torrey Pines. Hoffman struggled particularly on the greens, dropping 1.6 strokes to the... Read More

8 months ago

Xander Schauffele Continues Great Start To Year

Xander Schauffele continued his impressive form on his way to a T25 finish at last week’s Farmers Insurance Open. Schauffele was looking to make it three consecutive victories on the PGA Tour, but even though he was unable to do so, the American gained strokes in every significant strokes gained statistic last week which shows... Read More

8 months ago

Patrick Reed Finishes T13 At Torrey Pines

Patrick Reed made it three top-25 finishes in as many appearances this year at last week’s Farmers Insurance Open. Reed finished the event T13, and the main factor behind his strong week was his putting. Reed gained an impressive 7.5 strokes on the greens at Torrey Pines, and the American has gained a whopping 13.2... Read More

8 months ago

Jason Day Hot On The Greens At Torrey Pines

Jason Day continued his excellent form at Torrey Pines last week, on his way to a T5 finish. Day, who struggled with his approach play in 2018, had new irons in the bag for the event but lost strokes to the field with his iron play over the four days of action. However, Day was... Read More

8 months ago

Rickie Fowler Struggles Again At Farmers Insurance Open

Rickie Fowler once again disappointed at the Farmers Insurance Open. Fowler struggled mightily throughout the four days of action at Torrey Pines and settled for a T66 finish. Worryingly for Fowler, his iron play caused him a lot of trouble over the four days of action, with the American dropping over four strokes to the... Read More

8 months ago


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