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About Joe Nicely - RotoBaller

Husband, father, and small business owner with a full time PGA obsession.

Joe Nicely - RotoBaller has written 437 articles so far, you can find them below.


Adam Long won the 60th Annual Desert Classic Sunday. It was the 31-year-old's first career victory on the PGA Tour. Long played almost flawlessly over the weekend, logging rounds of 63 and 65. He birdied the 72nd hole of the tournament to finish one shot clear of Phil Mickelson and Adam Hadwin. It is a... Read More

Phil Mickelson had a great week at the Desert Classic, but fell one stroke shy of picking up his 44th career victory on the PGA Tour. After an unexpected opening-round 60, Mickelson led or co-led the majority of the tournament and he entered Sunday's final round in great position. "Lefty" fired a final-round 69, but... Read More

Hi RotoBallers! Thanks for joining me here at Power Pivots for the Conference Championship games! Here we are...four teams, two games, a trip to the Super Bowl is on the line. The stakes don't get much higher for NFL players and their organizations. From a DFS perspective we couldn't ask for much more, as four... Read More

Phil Mickelson made a little history in his first start of 2019 at the Desert Classic. Mickelson fired an opening round 12-under par 60 Thursday at La Quinta Country Club. It was the lowest opening round of his illustrious career and also his lowest score ever in relation to par. The 48-year-old was expected to... Read More

Harold Varner III is in the field for this week's Desert Classic. It will be his first start of 2019. Varner had the best season of his career in 2018. He logged three top-10 finishes and won over $1 million in prize money. The 28-year-old continued his excellent play during the swing season by recording... Read More

Russell Henley is slated to tee it up in this week's Desert Classic. Henley was underwhelming in his first start of 2019, finishing tied for 66th in last week's Sony Open. The 2018 season was a disappointing one for Henley and his game still looked out of sorts in Hawaii. Things might not improve this... Read More

Brendan Steele is participating in this week's Desert Classic. It will be his first start of 2019. Steele suffered through a brutal 2018 that included a stretch of 12 consecutive starts without a top-45 finish. Things weren't much better for him in the fall, as he missed the cut in his last start at the... Read More

Tiger Woods will make his first start of 2019 at next week's Farmers Insurance Open. The tournament will be held at Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego. Woods has had tremendous success at Torrey Pines throughout his career, winning seven Farmers Opens and the 2008 U.S. Open on the California track. The 43-year-old legend... Read More

It was a whirlwind rookie season for Joaquin Niemann in 2018. The young phenom took the PGA Tour by storm last year, racking up four top-10's in just 13 starts. However, Niemann appeared to run out of steam as 2018 wrapped up and finished just T60 at Mayakoba and T65 at the RSM Classic. The... Read More

Daniel Berger will be making his first start of 2019 at this week's Desert Classic. It will be Berger's first start since the Dell Technologies Championship. The 25-year-old has been sidelined since September with a wrist injury. The 2018 season was Berger's worst as a professional. The two-time PGA Tour winner only managed one top-10... Read More

Patrick Cantlay will make his first start of 2019 at this week's Desert Classic. The 26-year-old had a breakout season in 2018, finishing 20th in the FedEx Cup season standings. He didn't slow down in the swing season, racking up a T7 at the WGC-HSBC Champions and a second-place finish at the Shriners Open during... Read More

Sungjae Im is set to make his first career start in the Desert Classic this week. Im was a dominant force on the Web.com Tour last season and earned a PGA Tour card for 2019. He's off to a fast start. The young man from South Korea scored a T16 finish at last week's Sony... Read More

Hi and welcome back RotoBallers! The Sony Open didn't provide the same final-round fireworks that we saw at the Sentry TOC, as Matt Kuchar's tremendous play down the stretch secured a fairly stress-free victory at Waialae Country Club. It was Kuchar's second win in just a couple of months and he will be a player... Read More

Justin Rose is set to get his 2019 season underway at this week's Desert Classic. It will be Rose's first start in the U.S. since his FedEx Cup triumph in September. The Englishman hasn't played in the Desert Classic event since 2010. He continued his dominant ways during the swing season by racking up a... Read More

Phil Mickelson is set to tee it up in this week's Desert Classic. It will be his first start of 2019. Mickelson elected to skip both the Sentry Tournament of Champions and the Sony Open that were held in Hawaii. The 48-year-old has publicly stated that he will be scaling back his schedule this season.... Read More

Paul Casey Misses Cut At Sony Open

Paul Casey turned in a disappointing performance last week, missing the cut at the Sony Open. The normally reliable Casey didn't play horrible, but rounds of 72 and 68 left him at even par through 36 holes, two strokes short of the cut line. The Englishman was held back by a balky putter and lost... Read More

Scott Piercy had another solid performance in the Sony Open, logging a T33 at Waialae Country Club. Piercy has played well on the Hawaiian course throughout his career and this week was no different. He was propelled by back-to-back rounds of 66 on Friday and Saturday after a disappointing 71 in the opening round. However,... Read More

After a blistering second-round 62, Stewart Cink headed into the weekend squarely in contention at the Sony Open. The 45-year-old failed to back up the 62, shooting pedestrian rounds of 70 and 69 over the weekend at Waialae Country Club. His underwhelming results over the final 36 holes sent the veteran tumbling down the leaderboard.... Read More

Zach Johnson Disappoints In Hawaii

Zach Johnson started 2019 in disappointing fashion, missing the cut at the Sony Open. Despite logging an eagle in both of his rounds, Johnson shot 71-68 to sit at one-under par after 36 holes and miss the weekend cut by one shot. The two-time major champion had a history of great finishes at Waialae, which... Read More

Marc Leishman continued his elite-level play in Hawaii, finishing the Sony Open in a tie for third place. It has been a terrific stretch for the "Big Aussie" who picked up a win at the CIMB Classic, runner-up finishes at the World Cup and Australian PGA, and a T4 at last week's Sentry Tournament of... Read More

Matt Kuchar fired a final-round 66 to secure a victory and nearly $1.2 million at the Sony Open. It was his second win of the 2018-19 PGA Tour season and puts him in prime position in the FedEx Cup points standings to begin the year. The 40-year-old got off to a shaky start, playing his... Read More

Hello folks and welcome back to Power Pivots! We are grinding through the NFL Playoffs and are in search of some alternative player options in DraftKings GPPs. We have a four-game slate on tap this weekend for the NFL's Divisional round. Things look much prettier from a DFS perspective this week, as the Wild Card... Read More

Ian Poulter revived his career in 2018 and brought in the new year with a solid 18th-place finish at last week's Sentry Tournament of Champions. Poulter looked sharp tee-to-green at Kapalua, but surprisingly fought a balky putter for most of the week. The Englishman picked up his first career victory in a PGA Tour stroke-play... Read More

Kevin Na Questionable For Sony

It's not often that we see a PGA golfer listed as questionable, but that's the current status of tour pro Kevin Na. Na was a last-minute withdraw from last week's Sentry TOC with a broken pinky finger, a fairly significant injury for a golfer. He was originally expected to miss around a month, but has... Read More

Kevin Tway overcame some tough obstacles at last week's Sentry Tournament of Champions. The youngster fought through his lack of course experience and a nasty sinus infection to finish tied for 11th at Kapalua. Tway fired a beautiful bogey-free 66 on Thursday and led after the opening round. However, he failed to break 70 in... Read More

Zach Johnson will make his first start of 2019 at this week's Sony Open. Johnson had a somewhat disappointing 2018 by his high standards, but ended the year with a strong T7 finish at the RSM Classic. Johnson parted ways with his longtime caddie Damon Green over the winter in an attempt to shake things... Read More

Matt Kuchar is slated to tee it up in this week's Sony Open. It will be Kuchar's first start at Waialae since 2016. His absence from the event has been somewhat puzzling, as the veteran has a sparkling record on the Honolulu layout. Kuchar picked up a long-awaited victory at the Mayakoba Classic in the... Read More

Marc Leishman heads to the upcoming Sony Open in excellent form. "The Big Aussie" is fresh off a T4 at last week's Sentry Tournament of Champions. The performance was the latest strong outing from Leishman in what's been a very successful swing season. We should expect more of the same from him this week at... Read More

Wow! What a start to 2019! Xander Schauffele fired a smooth little 62 in the final round at Kapalua to tie the course record and overcome Gary Woodland to win the Sentry Tournament of Champions. It's a great time to be a golf fan, because we have so many great players to watch every week.... Read More

It might be Kevin Tway's first appearance in the Sentry Tournament of Champions, but the 30-year-old is making his presence known at Kapalua. Tway fired an opening-round 66 to get out to an early lead and followed up with a solid 71 in the second round. He currently sits in a tie for second alongside... Read More

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