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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.


Rickie Fowler Shows Great Consistency At Fort Worth Invitational

Rickie Fowler posted another top-25 finish in 2018 at the Fort Worth Invitational. Fowler carded four rounds under par, finishing for a total of seven-under par. Looking ahead to this week, Fowler will be heading to the Memorial Tournament, where he finished T2 along with Anirban Lahiri. Fowler was fifth in the strokes gained putting... Read More

2 years ago

Jordan Spieth Still Seeking Results

Jordan Spieth finished T32 this past week at the Fort Worth Invitational in a lackluster performance. He shot three rounds under par but never went lower than two-under to finish at five-under for the event. This week, the three-time major champ heads to the Memorial Tournament, where has had four top-25 finishes in the last... Read More

2 years ago

Brooks Koepka Finishes In Second Place

Brooks Koepka shot a dull even-par 70 during the first round of the 2018 Fort Worth Invitational. Going into Friday, Koepka knew he would need to get something going, and he laid down a cool seven-under 63 and backed it up on Saturday with a three-under 67. Sunday saw Kopeka card another fantastic seven-under 63,... Read More

2 years ago

Brooks Koepka’s First Trip To Colonial Comes This Week

Brooks Koepka looked unstoppable last Sunday at the Players Championship when he fired off a final-round nine-under 63. This week in just his fourth start since returning from injury, Koepka looks to deliver more aggressive play since he was second in driving distance, averaging 308.8 yards for the week. He was also ranked second in... Read More

2 years ago

Matt Kuchar Misses His First Cut Since The 2017 Houston Open

Matt Kuchar just broke his 30th made-cut streak this past week at the AT&T Byron Nelson. Kuchar missed the cut by two shots and cited the fact that he let the course and his feelings get to him. He also stated he felt he played good golf and nothing really took off for him. Kuchar... Read More

2 years ago


Marc Leishman Finishes In Second At AT&T Byron Nelson

Marc Leishman finished three shots back of Aaron Wise on Sunday to finish in second place at the AT&T Byron Nelson. On Thursday, Leishman fired off a 10-under par 61 to vault himself to the top of the leaderboard. As if shooting a 61 isn’t hard enough, Leishman backed it up on Friday by carding... Read More

2 years ago

Alex Noren The Defending Champion At The BMW PGA Championship

This week, Alex Noren is the defending champion at the BMW PGA Championship. Noren’s title defense will not be easy, as he will have to outlast a star-studded field contending for one of the most prestigious events on the European Tour. Coming off a T17 finish at the Players Championship, Noren looks fired up and... Read More

2 years ago

Rickie Fowler Aiming For Peak Form

This week, Rickie Fowler heads to the Fort Worth Invitational at Colonial Country Club. The last time Fowler played this venue was in 2013 where he finished T54, but in 2012 he did finish T5 at five-under par. Fowler ranks sixth in scrambling at 66.34 percent, speaking to his fantastic short game. Looking at Fowler’s... Read More

2 years ago

Hideki Matsuyama Charges On Sunday At The AT&T Byron Nelson

Hideki Matsuyama opened on Thursday with a dull one-over par 72, but his performance on Friday wiped the slate clean by firing off an eight-under 63. Saturday looked bleak with an even-par round of 71. On Sunday, Matsuyama charged forward with a final-round flurry of a five-under 66 to finish T16 at 12-under par. Matsuyama... Read More

2 years ago

Jordan Spieth Grabs Another Top-25 Finish

Jordan Spieth rode off into the sunset on Sunday after shooting a four-under 67 and finishing T21 at the AT&T Byron Nelson. Spieth opened with a solid two-under par and followed it up with a fantastic five-under 66 while hitting 16 of 18 greens. Sitting at seven-under par heading into the weekend, Spieth carded a... Read More

2 years ago


Phil Mickelson Misses Cut At Players

Phil Mickelson had a disastrous start to the 2018 Players Championship by carding a seven-over 79. He then attempted to battle back on Day 2, but to no avail and recorded a one-over 73 to go home early. During a post-round interview, Mickelson stated that fatigue contributed to his poor performance. Lefty will not be... Read More

2 years ago

Rickie Fowler Misses The Cut By One

Rickie Fowler opened up with a two-over par 74, which included two bogeys and a double-bogey on the 17th hole at the Players Championship this past week. Fowler started his second-round comeback strong and was five-under through 14 holes when he lost his golf ball in a tree, which resulted in a costly double-bogey. He... Read More

2 years ago

Hideki Matsuyama Misses The Cut At The Players

Hideki Matsuyama looked to have things moving OK during his opening round at TPC Sawgrass until he reached the par-three 17th hole and recorded an eight to push him to a dismal seven-over 79. He fought to make up ground on Friday to make the cut at one-under par, but his three-under 69 was not... Read More

2 years ago

Matt Kuchar Adds Another Cut Made

Matt Kuchar went on the offense during the first round of the Players Championship, carding a colorful six-under 66. Through the next three rounds, Kuchar could not really get anything going and finished T17 at 10-under par. This week at the AT&T Byron Nelson, Kuchar will look to keep that cuts-made streak going, where he... Read More

2 years ago

Marc Leishman Boarded The Bogey Train On Sunday

Marc Leishman started with a pair of one-under 71s and followed on Saturday with a cool five-under par 67. Leishman headed into Sunday's round at the Players Championship at seven-under par but came undone, shooting a four-over 76 and finishing T63 at three-under par. While that wasn’t the finish he was looking for, he can... Read More

2 years ago


Alex Noren Grabs Another Top-25 Finish

Alex Noren hit the ground running last week at the Players Championship, opening with a six-under 66 and followed with a three-under 69. Moving day saw Noren struggling to get anything going, and he finished with a dismal five-over 77. On Sunday, Noren made playing at TPC Sawgrass look easy, carding a six-under 66 to... Read More

2 years ago

Jason Day Finishes Strong At The Players Championship

Jason Day started his 2018 Players campaign strong by going seven-under through the first two rounds, putting himself in great position heading into the weekend. The 2016 Champion followed with a one-under par 71 on Saturday and carded a clean bogey-free 68 to finish T5 at 13-under par. Day is ranked seventh in the Official... Read More

2 years ago

Brooks Koepka Goes Low On Sunday

In only his third start back from a lingering wrist injury, Brooks Koepka showed no signs of rust in his T7 finish at the Players Championship. This was Koepka’s best finish at the event and he capped it off with a blistering nine-under 63, which included a rare albatross at the par-five 16th. Koepka will... Read More

2 years ago

Jordan Spieth Fumbles Late On Sunday

Jordan Speith broke his missed-cut streak at TPC Sawgrass this past weekend by making the cut at exactly one-under par. On Saturday, Spieth put the pedal to the metal and carded a phenomenal seven-under 65 and birdied six of the homeward nine. Sunday started plainly, making the turn at even par for the day, but... Read More

2 years ago

Justin Thomas Become The World No. 1

Justin Thomas fired off a six-under round of 66 during the final round of the Players Championship to finish T11. After making the cut on the number, Thomas carded a four-under 68 to right the ship heading into Sunday. Thomas has five top-10 finishes in his last 13 starts and two wins so far this... Read More

2 years ago


Hideki Matsuyama Did Not Finish Wells Fargo Championship

Hideki Matsuyama did not finish at the Wells Fargo Championship after completing Round 3 of the championship. Matsuyama will make his way to the Players Championship this week in hopes of becoming the first Japanese player to take home the prized Players crystal. He has five top-25 finishes in the last five years and is... Read More

2 years ago

Brooks Koepka Trending Upward

Making Quail Hollow his second start back from a wrist injury, Brooks Koepka played steady golf to make the cut and finish T42 at one-over par. Koepka shot two-over throughout the first two days and finished up the weekend with a one-under par 70. This week, he heads to the TPC Sawgrass stadium course, where... Read More

2 years ago

Matt Kuchar Is A Cut-Making Machine

Heading into the 2018 Players Championship, Matt Kuchar has played solid golf, making the last 13 cuts. The past champion has missed two cuts and has two top-25 finishes since 2013. Kuchar has four top-25s this season and ranks 14th in sand save percentage at 59.76 percent. He is ranked 21st in the Official World... Read More

2 years ago

Phil Mickelson Captures Another Top-Five Finish

Phil Mickelson added his sixth top-10 this season with his T5 finish at the Wells Fargo Championship. He finished at seven-under par and tied Peter Uihlein and Paul Casey. This week, Mickelson heads to the Players Championship where he won in 2007. Mickelson ranks second in sand saves at 66.67 percent and third in strokes... Read More

2 years ago

Marc Leishman Eyes Down The Players

Marc Leishman is making his ninth start at the Players Championship. He has had an up-and-down relationship with this Pete Dye golf course. In the last five years, he has cracked into the top 10 once and finished in the top 25 twice, showing he knows how to navigate the TPC Stadium course just fine.... Read More

2 years ago


Alex Noren Misses Cut At Wells Fargo

Alex Noren missed the cut this past week at the Wells Fargo Championship. He carded a two-over 73 on Day 1 and then proceeded to fall apart on Friday with a five-over 76 to miss the cut at seven-over par. Noren will head to TPC Sawgrass for his second Players Championship. Last year, he finished... Read More

2 years ago

Rickie Fowler’s Game Is Shaping Up Nicely For Championship Season

Rickie Fowler shot a two-over par 73 in the final round of the Wells Fargo Championship to finish T21 at two-under par. Fowler finished in seventh in sand saves, making 77.78 percent, and tied for third in scrambling at 77.27 percent. Fowler heads to the Stadium course as a past champion looking to become the... Read More

2 years ago

Jason Day Captures Second Win Of The Season

Jason Day cruised to his second win of the season with a solid two-under 69 final round. Day held off tough competition and went two-under par on the “Green Mile” (holes 16-18) to best Aaron Wise by two shots. He led the field in strokes gained around the green, total and in putts per green... Read More

2 years ago

Jordan Spieth Looks To Break Missed Cut Streak At The Players

Jordan Spieth showed up at the 2014 Players tournament and finished T4 at 10-under par. Since that fantastic finish, Spieth has failed to make the cut in the past three years. This week heading into the Players, Spieth is second in strokes gained tee to green at 1.829 and is third in greens in regulation... Read More

2 years ago

Justin Thomas Finishes Strong After Missing Cut Last Week

After missing the cut at the Zurich Classic, Justin Thomas added another top-25 finish to his resume. Finishing T21, Thomas came home Sunday with a one-under par 70. Thomas was third in driving distance with an average drive of 338 yards and eighth in scrambling, coming in at 72 percent. This week, Thomas heads to... Read More

2 years ago


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