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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.

Patton Kizzire Misses Third Straight Cut

Patton Kizzire has already had a fantastic season so far with two wins and a T12 at the WGC Mexico Championship, but he looks to be in a slump while missing three of his last four cuts. His missed streak began at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and has continued through this week. Kizzire carded an... Read More

2 years ago

Marc Leishman Misses Cut At RBC Heritage

March Leishman opened strong on the front nine at Harbor Town, carding three birdies, only to be erased on the back nine with a bogey and a triple-bogey to record a one-over par 72. Leishman went on to shoot a second-round 71, but that still wasn’t good enough to make the cut at even par.

2 years ago

Charles Howell III Finishes At Even Par at Harbor Town

Charles Howell III started the tournament off right with two sub-60 rounds to set himself up nicely for the weekend. Saturday’s play showed Howell struggling on the Pete Dye golf course, carding a two-over 73. Sunday’s round started off wrong with a bogey on the first hole, and it was a downhill spiral from there,... Read More

2 years ago

Zach Johnson Looks Stale at RBC Heritage

Zach Johnson played mediocre golf this past week at the RBC Heritage, finishing T42 at three-under par. He opened up with a one-under par 70 and backed it up in the second round with another one-under par 70. The two-time major champ finished the third round at even par but came back in the final... Read More

2 years ago

Matt Kuchar Posts Top-25 Finish

Matt Kuchar finished T23 at six-under this past weekend at the RBC Heritage. Kuchar fired off a stellar five-under par 66 in the first round by hitting 10 of 14 fairways. He continued his good play for the next two days and headed into Sunday at eight-under par. Kuchar was even par through nine holes... Read More

2 years ago

Charl Schwartzel Goes Low But Still Misses Cut At RBC Heritage

Charl Schwartzel missed his third cut in a row this past week at the RBC Heritage following the Masters and the Arnold Palmer Invitational. During Thursday’s round, Schwartzel looked to have a nuclear meltdown, carding an eight-over 79, which included two double-bogeys and a triple. Friday was a whole different tune for Schwartzel, as he... Read More

2 years ago

Matt Kuchar Looks For Good Vibes At RBC Heritage

Matt Kuchar carded a four-under 68 to start the Masters tournament off right, but that is about where the fun stopped. Kuchar went off to shoot four-over for the next three days, erasing all the work he had done in Round 1. This makes Kuchar’s ninth top-25 finish at Augusta National Golf Club. This week,... Read More

2 years ago

Phil Mickelson Goes Low On Sunday

Phil Mickelson came into Augusta looking to capitalize on the strong play of late but could only muster up one stellar round. The three-time Masters champion carded a two-under opening round but followed that with a seven-over 79 and a two-over 74 to knock himself out of contention on Sunday. Mickelson managed to pull off... Read More

2 years ago

Marc Leishman Pushes Momentum To RBC Heritage

Marc Leishman played some stellar golf over the first two days at Augusta National Golf Club. He carded two under-par rounds, including a lightning five-under round 67 on Friday to set himself up for the weekend. Leishman’s play over the weekend failed to convert what he had started the first two days, resulting in a... Read More

2 years ago

Alex Noren Misses Cut For Second Straight Year

Alex Noren had been playing fantastic golf before derailing a bit at this year’s Masters. He shot a two-over 74 on Thursday and carded a miserable seven-over 79 on Friday to pack his bags and leave Augusta early. Noren is ranked 17th in the Official World Golf rankings and is ranked sixth in strokes gained... Read More

2 years ago

Jason Day Cards Another Strong Masters Finish

Jason Day finished tied for 20th this past week at the Masters. Day opened up Thursday’s round with a gloomy three-over 75 but rallied, shooting five-under par over the next three rounds while finishing at two-under par for the event. This was Day’s eighth start at the Masters and his fourth time finishing in the... Read More

2 years ago

Tiger Woods Makes The Cut At First Masters Appearance In Two Years

Tiger Woods had a very busy schedule leading into this year’s Masters. After the preperation time and the three top-five finishes, Woods looked poised to be a key contender at this year’s first major. Woods got off to a dismal start, shooting four-over in his first two rounds. Heading into Saturday, the 14-time major champion... Read More

2 years ago

Rickie Fowler Finishes In Second Place

Rickie Fowler had seven top-five finishes at majors without a win, and this year he looked to change that. Fowler has shown that he can get into contention heading into Sundays at majors but has never really delivered when the time comes, except this past week at the Masters. He started his run for the... Read More

2 years ago

Hideki Matsuyama Fails To Make A Major Breakthrough

Hideki Matsuyama was looking to become the first Japanese player to win a major, but that will have to be put on hold until the U.S. Open in June. The Japanese star started on Thursday with 13 consecutive pars, one double-bogey and one birdie to card a one-over 73. Matsuyama’s next two rounds lacked in... Read More

2 years ago

Jordan Spieth Shows Sunday Magic

Jordan Spieth said he was excited about having a stress-free round on Sunday since he was sitting nine back of the 54-hole leader Patrick Reed. Spieth went out and fired off a 64, one of the best final-round performances ever seen at the Masters. Even though he posted a 13-under par, it wasn’t enough to... Read More

2 years ago

Justin Thomas Stumbles In Back-To-Back Major Bid

Justin Thomas rolled into this past week at the Masters as the reigning PGA Champion and looked to capture two majors in a row but fell short. Thomas started his Masters bid carding a rough 74 on Thursday but shot a total of seven-under on Friday and Saturday to have a shot heading into Sunday.... Read More

2 years ago

Phil Mickelson Grabs Another Top-25

Phil Mickelson finished tied for 24th this past week at the Houston Open. Lefty shot three rounds under par, including a final-round five-under 67. With the confidence he gained from the last couple of tournaments, Mickelson’s game looks to be peaking right on time. With three green jackets, Mickelson’s knowledge of the course will play... Read More

2 years ago

Marc Leishman Seems To Be Misfiring

Marc Leishman rolls into this week at Augusta ranked 16th in the official world golf rankings after leaving on Friday during the WGC Dell Match Play and taking last week off. Leishman has missed the cut here a total of three times and has one top-five. Last year, Leishman finished tied for 43rd at a... Read More

2 years ago

Alex Noren Continues Good Form

After defeating Justin Thomas in the consolation match during the WGC Dell Match play for third place, Alex Noren took the week off to get ready for his second start at the Masters. During Noren’s first visit to Augusta, he missed the cut after shooting a first-round 74 and a second-round 78. The smooth Swede... Read More

2 years ago

Jason Day Is In Top Form

Jason Day’s form coming into this week’s event at Augusta looks stellar. Day will be using a new set of irons he put in play last week, looking to sharpen his proximity to the hole. In the seven past starts Day has had here, he has finished in the top 10 three times, the top... Read More

2 years ago

Tiger Woods Feeling Healthy

Tiger Woods will be making his first start at the Masters since 2015, where he finished tied for 17th. Heading into the Masters, Woods has produced two top-fives and one top-20 finish, showing he’s ready to pounce in the majors again. Woods has four green jackets to his name and with a win here this... Read More

2 years ago

Rickie Fowler Stumbles Over The Weekend

Rickie Fowler started the Houston Open very strong, opening with a six-under 66 on Thursday and followed suit on Friday with a solid four-under 68. Heading into the weekend, Fowler was one of 50 players within six shots of the lead, but two rounds over par over the weekend shattered his hopes of another victory... Read More

2 years ago

Hideki Matsuyama Looks To Become First Japanese Major Champ

Since withdrawing from the Waste Management Open with a wrist injury, this week’s event at the Masters will be Hideki Matsuyama’s third start. This will be the seventh start at the Masters for the Japanese star, where he has missed the cut just once and has three top-25s in the last three years. Matsuyama is... Read More

2 years ago

Jordan Spieth Finds A Spark In Houston

During the last couple of events, Jordan Spieth was very lackluster with the flat stick, but last week at the Houston Open his putter heated up. Spieth finished tied for third at 16-under par after a stellar final-round 66. The native Texan fired off all four rounds under par and led the field in both... Read More

2 years ago

Justin Thomas Looks For Back-To-Back Majors

After a strong finish at the WGC Dell Match Play, Justin Thomas took a well-deserved week off to rest up for the Masters. Thomas will look to add a second major to his resume this week after taking home the Wanamaker last August. In Thomas’ last two starts at Augusta, he has never missed the... Read More

2 years ago

Matt Kuchar Trending Upward

In the last two events that Matt Kuchar has played, he has finished in the top 10. This past week at the Houston Open, Kuchar finished at 13-under par and cracked off all four rounds under par. Kuchar heads down Magnolia Lane to Augusta National, where he finished tied for fourth last year. Kuchar is... Read More

2 years ago

Phil Mickelson Narrowly Misses Sweet 16

Making his first start since his epic victory over Justin Thomas at the WGC Mexico Championship, Phil Mickelson needed Charles Howell to lose his last round to move on to the sweet 16 to play on Saturday. Mickelson finished overall at 2-1-0 during the three days of group play. This week, Lefty will head to... Read More

2 years ago

Marc Leishman Has A Dull Week

Marc Leishman was relieved of his match-play duties at the conclusion of group play on Friday. He just could not get his mojo working, losing his first two matches. Leishman halved his final match with Branden Grace to finish with a depressing half point. Leishman will be off this next week but will be at... Read More

2 years ago

Alex Noren Finishes Third Last Weekend

Alex Noren finished alone in third this past week at the WGC Dell Match Play in Austin, Texas. Noren went undefeated during group play and continued his strong play until he was defeated by Kevin Kisner during the semifinals, but Noren kept pushing to fend off Justin Thomas during the consolation match. Noren’s strong finish... Read More

2 years ago

Jason Day Is Rolling Along

Jason Day was eliminated on Friday after the group play was finished in the Dell Match Play. The two-time past champion of this event produced a boring one-win and two-loss record this past weekend. During the final day of group play, Day lost two down to Louis Oosthuizen, who went on to the playoff to... Read More

2 years ago

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