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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 47 articles so far, you can find them below.

It's Week 11 RotoBallers! Hard to believe it, but here we are. I hope all of your DFS screens were green in Week 10! Last week's Power Pivots gave us mixed results. Our QB, RB, and DEF/ST selections performed great, but we had total misses at WR and TE. Let's try to nail them all... Read More

Kuuuuch!!! Fan favorite Matt Kuchar took down the Mayakoba Classic for his eighth career victory on the PGA Tour and first win in nearly five years. Our Mayakoba horses and ponies fared well, with all of the highlighted players making the cut. RotoBaller staff member Spencer Aguiar nailed Matt Kuchar at 66/1 in his weekly... Read More

Zach Johnson won't have to travel far for the RSM Classic. Johnson is a resident of Sea Island, the location of this week's tournament. The two-time major winner will be making his second start of the new season at the RSM after posting 13 top-25 finishes in 2018. Johnson had a disappointing outing last week... Read More

Russell Henley heads to Sea Island for this week's RSM Classic. The former Georgia Bulldog has an outstanding history at the tournament in his home state. Henley has recorded top-10 finishes in each of his last trips to Sea Island. His form is trending in the right direction, as he ranked top-five in both fairways... Read More

Webb Simpson Headlines RSM Field

Webb Simpson is scheduled to tee it up in this week's RSM Classic. At 20th in the Official World Golf Ranking, Simpson is the highest-ranked player in the field by a large margin. He has been installed as the betting favorite at 8/1 and is the highest-priced player on all DFS sites. Simpson is coming... Read More

Tony Finau turned in a solid performance at the Mayakoba Classic, finishing in a tie for 16th place. The young superstar was never in contention to win the tournament, but was steady throughout the week. Finau recorded four sub-70 rounds at El Camaleon, despite the layout not fitting his style of play. It was a... Read More

Matt Kuchar Wins Mayakoba Classic

Matt Kuchar won the Mayakoba Classic for his eighth career PGA Tour victory and first in over four years. Kuchar was in control of the tournament throughout the weekend and entered the final round with a four-shot lead. Despite some shaky play down the stretch, the veteran managed to shoot a final-round 69, good for... Read More

Thanks for joining me here at RotoBaller! Those of you that read last week's Power Pivots hopefully fared well, as our highlighted players had huge games in Week 9! I'm back on the grind for you, let's try to keep the positive momentum going as we head into Week 10. There were several games last... Read More

Joaquin Niemann logged his first top-10 finish of the new season at last week's Shriners Open. The teenage sensation made an eye-popping four eagles over his four rounds, to finish at 14-under par and tied for 10th place. Expectations are high for the 19-year-old who exploded on to the professional scene last season with four... Read More

Matt Kuchar is off to a sluggish start in the new PGA Tour season. The veteran didn't look sharp during his season debut at last week's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Kuchar failed to break 70 in his final two rounds and was left in an underwhelming tie for 57th place. There is hope for... Read More

Tony Finau is in the field for the upcoming Mayakoba Classic. The young superstar will once again be one of the favorites to win the tournament. It will be his fourth start of the new season. Finau turned in a somewhat underwhelming performance at last week's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, finishing in a tie... Read More

Hi RotoBallers and welcome back to Horse For The Course! Bryson DeChambeau played himself into the winner's circle at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. The "Mad Scientist" is rolling and proving that his scientific approach is for real. This week we head south of the border, down Mexico way for the Mayakoba Golf Classic.... Read More

Patrick Cantlay was trying to become the first player to win back-to-back Shriners Open titles in nearly 20 years. He almost pulled it off, but fell one stroke shy of the winner, Bryson DeChambeau, and had to settle for a second-place finish. It was a wild Sunday and four different players held a share of... Read More

Welcome back RotoBallers! It's hard to believe we are already at Week 9 of the NFL season, but here we are. I hope everyone fared well in Week 8. It was a tough one for me personally. There were lots of plays I really LOVED. About half of those plays had really great performances and... Read More

After taking a week off, Kevin Tway will be back in action at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Tway picked up his first career PGA Tour victory at the Safeway Open earlier this month. He will look to add to his win total this week in Las Vegas. TPC Summerlin should be a perfect... Read More

Kevin Na Is A DFS Gamble This Week

Kevin Na will tee it up in this week's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Na's game has been in a lull over the last two weeks. He has only managed finishes of T54 and T52 in his last two tournament starts in Asia. Na heads back to the United States for this week's tournament in... Read More

Russell Henley is in the field for this week's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Henley has struggled with inconsistent form since a breakout season in 2017. He finished a career-low 96th in the 2018 FedEx Cup standings. Henley missed the cut in his first appearance of the new season at the Safeway Open and recorded... Read More

Webb Simpson will be making his first start of the new PGA Tour season in Las Vegas this week. Simpson had a career-best season in 2018, winning the Players Championship and logging eight top-10 finishes. He has an excellent opportunity to start the new season off with a bang at the Shriners Hospitals for Children... Read More

Brendan Steele is slated to tee it up in this week's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Steele will bring some positive momentum to Las Vegas, as he is coming off his best performance since February. The slumping Steele broke through for a T14 in the recent CJ Cup at Nine Bridges, snapping a string of... Read More

Patrick Cantlay will head to Las Vegas this week to defend his Shriners Hospitals for Children Open title. It was his first career victory on the PGA Tour. The young star won last season's Shriners Open in dramatic fashion, outlasting Alex Cejka and Whee Kim in a three-man playoff. The win kick started a very... Read More

Matt Kuchar is set to tee it up in this week's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. It will be the veteran's first start of the new PGA Tour season. Kuchar is looking to get back on track after a disappointing 2018 campaign. The veteran didn't play horrible last season, but lacked the week-to-week consistency that... Read More

Welcome back RotoBaller PGA family! My man Tony Finau was soooo close last week in China! Finau led a good majority of the WGC HSBC before falling to another young star, Xander Schauffele, in a sudden-death playoff. Really excited that the PGA Tour is heading back to the U.S. this week for the (extremely long... Read More

Branden Grace Is Still In Slump

Branden Grace sputtered in China this week and could only manage a T41 at the WGC-HSBC Champions event. It was the South African's third consecutive poor performance of the new season. The T41 was actually Grace's best finish on the "Asia Swing", as he finished T48 at the CJ Cup and T50 at the CIMB... Read More

Paul Casey continued to play well in China this week. Casey finished the WGC-HSBC Champions event at two-under par to tie for 16th place. It was the Englishman's third straight top-20 finish in the new PGA Tour season. Though he was only able to log one sub-70 round this week in difficult scoring conditions at... Read More

Justin Rose Looks Sharp At HSBC

Justin Rose failed to defend his WGC-HSBC Champions title, but the Englishman looked sharp at Sheshan International Golf Club. Rose finished at 10-under par for the tournament, good for an impressive third place finish in the elite field. It was Rose's first start of the new PGA Tour season and it appears the 2018 FedEx... Read More

Tony Finau's wait for a second PGA Tour victory will be a little longer. After being in the lead for much of the WGC-HSBC Champions event, Finau fell to Xander Schaufelle on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff. Finau shot a final-round 71 to finish at 14-under par for the tournament. Schaufelle shot up... Read More

Thanks for dropping by RotoBallers! If this is your first time reading Power Pivots I hope you enjoy it! I have to warn you that this isn't a typical "picks" column. I firmly believe that hard work is the key to success in every pursuit, including DFS. My goal here every week is to find... Read More

Joaquin Niemann finished in a tie for 36th in last week's CJ Cup at Nine Bridges. Niemann was never in contention at Nine Bridges after an opening-round 75. It was the teenager's second start of the new season and he has been underwhelming in both appearances. Niemann logged an MDF in the season-opening Safeway Open... Read More

Kevin Tway Fades At CJ Cup

Kevin Tway finished in an underwhelming tie for 52nd place in last week's CJ Cup at Nine Bridges. It was Tway's third tournament in as many weeks and fatigue seemed to take it's toll on his play. The young long-hitter kicked off the 2019 season with his first career PGA Tour victory at the Safeway... Read More

Kevin Na will tee it up in this week's WGC-HSBC Champions event. Na will attempt to bounce back from a poor performance in the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges. The veteran could only manage a T52 in the CJ Cup. Na had been a top-25 machine prior to going sideways in Korea. He will try... Read More

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