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About Todd Dorsa - RotoBaller

New dad to be, avid golfer and Wildland Firefighter.

Todd Dorsa - RotoBaller has written 171 articles so far, you can find them below.


Marc Leishman Hopes To Be Well-Rested After Two-Week Break

In the wake of his T60 finish at the Open Championship, Marc Leishman has taken the last two weeks off to recharge his batteries and get ready for the final leg of the season. The first portion of that leg is the World Golf Championship Bridgestone Invitational, where Leishman will be making his next start.... Read More

1 year ago

Matt Kuchar Sent Home Early From RBC Canadian Open

With a top-10 finish at the Open Championship, Matt Kuchar was looking to ride this wave of momentum, but that came tumbling down as he missed his third cut of the season at the RBC Canadian Open. Kuchar fired off a first-round 69 and followed with a dull even-par 72 on Friday to miss the cut... Read More

1 year ago

Phil Mickelson Looks To Be Out Of His Slump

Since the FedEx St. Jude Classic in early June, Phil Mickelson has been in sort of a slump, but his performance at the Open Championship showed that he seems to have shaken that off. With a T17 finish at the Open Championship and the end of the season rapidly approaching, Mickelson seems to always put his... Read More

1 year ago

Brooks Koepka Is Ready To Attack The Firestone South Course

After missing the cut at the RBC Canadian Open, Brooks Koepka will be heading to the World Golf Championship Bridgestone Invitational, an event where he won’t have to worry about missing the cut. Koepka has shown in the past that he can compete on this course and that it fits his eye by posting two top-20... Read More

1 year ago

Rickie Fowler Still Hasn’t Found That Magic Feeling

With two second-place finishes and one unofficial win this season, Rickie Fowler is still looking for that magic juju to kick in like it did in the final round of the Masters this year. This week, Fowler heads to the World Golf Championship Bridgestone Invitational, where he has not placed outside of 21st place since... Read More

1 year ago


Jason Day Looks Forward To Home-State Advantage

After carding another top-20 finish in yet another major championship, Jason Day will be heading to the World Golf Championship Bridgestone Invitational with a home-state advantage. Day, now a native of Ohio, will look to improve on his previous finishes at the Firestone south course, where his best finish was a T3. Since 2013, Day... Read More

1 year ago

Hideki Matsuyama Set To Defend His Title This Week

Hideki Matsuyama returns this week to the World Golf Championship Bridgestone Invitational as the defending champion. In 2017, Matsuyama blistered the rest of the field and went on to shoot a course record-tying 61 on Sunday to win by five shots. This week, he will look to recreate that magic to try to successfully defend... Read More

1 year ago

Alex Noren Makes Second Start At Bridgestone Invitational

After finishing in the top 20 at the Open Championship, Alex Noren is looking forward to playing in this week's limited no-cut field. This will be Noren’s second and last start at the Firestone south course, since next year it will be moving to a new venue and changing its name. Last year in Noren’s... Read More

1 year ago

Justin Thomas Seeking Third Win Of The Season

After a horrible missed cut at the Open Championship, Justin Thomas will look to this week’s World Golf Championship Bridgestone Invitational as a reprisal and mini restart for the rest of the season. Thomas has only played in this event twice before and has not managed anything better than a T28 finish. After his two-week... Read More

1 year ago

Pat Perez Continues To Keep Up With The Young Guns

Pat Perez is the ultimate testament of the old-school mentality of golfers; he doesn’t work out and likes to enjoy himself on and off the course. Don’t let those traits fool you because he is one fierce competitor, with a win already on the season and four top-10 finishes to boot. This week, Perez is... Read More

1 year ago


Jordan Spieth Looks For Redemption After Open Fumble

After coming so close to re-writing history at the Open Championship, Jordan Spieth will have to put that all behind him this week and focus on the task at hand. This week, Spieth will be heading to the World Golf Championship Bridgestone Invitational in this event's last showing at the Firestone South course. Spieth will... Read More

1 year ago

Matt Kuchar Looks To Capture Some Magic In Scotland

After taking the last month off from professional golf, Matt Kuchar heads overseas for another edition of the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open. Kuchar is another player who has a fantastic record in the Scottish Open. In his first showing in 2015, he finished T2 at 11-under par and finished one shot off the eventual... Read More

2 years ago

Hideki Matsuyama Makes His First Start Since U.S. Open

Hideki Matsuyama is coming off a nice long break to make his first start since the U.S. Open. The No. 1 ranked Japanese player had a fantastic finish at the U.S. Open, carding a four-under 66 to finish T16 alongside Louis Oosthuizen, Paul Casey and Li Haotong at 10-over par. This week, Matsuyama will be... Read More

2 years ago

Rickie Fowler Seems At Home At the Scottish Open

In 2014, Rickie Fowler made his first start at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open and made a statement by finishing T8. He followed that up in 2015 with a win after firing off a pair of 66s and 68s to finish at 12-under, one-shot in front of fellow countryman Matt Kuchar. Fowler did not... Read More

2 years ago

Phil Mickelson Found A Sunday Slump At The Greenbrier

Phil Mickelson started his onslaught on the Old White TPC course Thursday with a four-under 66 and promptly followed that up on Friday with a one-under 69 to sit at five-under heading into the weekend. Over the course of the final two days, Mickelson shot a total of four-over, finishing T65 and a total of... Read More

2 years ago


Phil Mickelson Looks For Redemption After U.S. Open Debacle

Phil Mickelson will be making his first start since the U.S. Open, where he hit the most memorable shot of the tournament -- a ball already in motion. After issuing a couple of public apologies on the subject, Mickelson will be looking to move on from that experience. Lefty will have to go off of... Read More

2 years ago

Rickie Fowler Posted Another Strong Finish In 2018

Rickie Fowler was a crowd favorite heading into the year's Quicken Loans National, and he did not disappoint. Fowler locked up his third top-10 finish at the event with three under-par rounds to finish 12th at eight-under par. Fowler made all of his putts inside of 10 feet during his round on Sunday and hit... Read More

2 years ago

Alex Noren Captures His First Win Of The Season

Things were starting to look a bit pale for Alex Noren as he tried to capture his first win of the season on either tour, sitting at three-over par heading into the weekend. Noren busted out on Saturday and carded a radical six-under 65 by way of seven birdies through his first 14 holes of... Read More

2 years ago

Justin Thomas Finishes In Top 10 At HNA French Open

The Americans are looking to secure their first overseas Ryder Cup in over 25 years and Justin Thomas decided to go have a sneak peak of the course ahead of time. Thomas had a brilliant showing at the HNA French Open and started with a pair of cool one-under 70s to set up his weekend.... Read More

2 years ago

Marc Leishman Misses Third Cut Of The Season

Marc Leishman started his 2018 Travelers Championship with a dismal four-over 74 and struggled to make the cut on Friday after shooting a cool three-under 67 to miss the cut by three shots. Though he packed his bag early, Leishman is looking forward to playing this week at the Quicken Loans National, where he has... Read More

2 years ago


Alex Noren Continues To Be A World-Class Player

Playing on two different world tours must be exhausting, but Alex Noren has found a successful formula. Noren has made 10 cuts out of the last 12 tournaments he has played in on the PGA Tour, three of which were top-10 finishes, and he has two top-25 finishes on the European Tour. This week. Noren... Read More

2 years ago

Rickie Fowler A Heavy Favorite Heading Into Quicken Loans National

Coming off a solid top-25 finish at the U.S. Open and after a week off, Rickie Fowler should be well-rested and ready to take on the Quicken Loans National. Fowler has finished in the top five twice since 2013 at this event and hopes to back up his T3 finish from last year. Vegas has... Read More

2 years ago

Jordan Spieth Looks Tired And In Need Of A Break

Six golf tournaments in the last seven weeks, including a major, is a lot of golf, especially if you don’t have your best game. Jordan Spieth can attest to that after finishing T40 this past week at the Travelers Championship. Spieth was in high hopes of defending his title here at the Travelers Championship and... Read More

2 years ago

Justin Thomas Heads Overseas To Play At The French Open

After enduring one of the toughest U.S. Open tournaments and finishing in the top 25, Justin Thomas was hoping to catch a break this week and fire off some low rounds at the Travelers Championship. Thomas accomplished this, but only during his first two rounds, carding a four-under 66, and he followed suit on Friday... Read More

2 years ago

Marc Leishman Looks For Relief At the Travelers Championship

Marc Leishman seemed out of it in regards to his playing this past week at the U.S. Open. Leishman opened the 2018 U.S. Open with a dismal four-over par 74 and only managed to shoot even par or better once during his four rounds at Shinnecock Hills, and that was during Friday’s round. The following... Read More

2 years ago


Phil Mickelson Sparks Controversy At U.S. Open

Phil Mickelson was looking to complete the career grand slam this past week at Shinnecock Hills, where he finished in second place to Retief Goosen in 2004. That idea failed to materialize for Mickelson after shooting a dismal seven-over par 77 in the first round, but he backed it up with a one-under par 69... Read More

2 years ago

Alex Noren Hangs Around For The Weekend At Shinnecock Hills

Alex Noren made his first cut at the U.S. Open and was able to see how grueling it can really be. During his opening round, Noren carded a two-over 72, which included four bogeys and two birdies. The following day, Noren recorded the same score as Thursday to make the cut comfortably at four-over par... Read More

2 years ago

Hideki Matsuyama Continues To Search For Japan’s First Major

Hideki Matsuyama started his 2018 U.S. Open bid in dismay with a five-over par 75, which included four bogeys and a double-bogey. Friday saw Matsuyama produce an even-par 70 and followed that up on Saturday with a heartbreaking nine-over par 79. Matsuyama started his final-round charge at one-over through the first two holes, then with... Read More

2 years ago

Jason Day Misses First Cut Of The Season

Jason Day missed his first cut of the season this past week at the 2018 U.S. Open. Day carded eight bogeys, one double-bogey and one birdie for good measure en route to a devastating round of 79 on Thursday. On Friday, Day attempted to rally to make the cut but fell short and missed the... Read More

2 years ago

Matt Kuchar Misses The Cut At The U.S. Open

Matt Kuchar was looking to restart his made-cut streak which ended in May at the AT&T Byron Nelson, and he had a total of 30 cuts made. Since then, Kuchar made his next two cuts but will have to reset the clock again after missing the cut at the 2018 U.S. Open. Kuchar opened on... Read More

2 years ago


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