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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.


Tyrrell Hatton Has Best WGC Finish

Tyrrell Hatton missed the playoff during Sunday’s final round at the 2018 WGC Mexico Championship by one shot. Hatton needed to finish the 18th hole at the Club de Golf Chapultepec with a par and ended up making a bogey to keep him out of the playoff eventually won by Phil Mickelson. Hatton fired off... Read More

2 years ago

Tommy Fleetwood’s Weekend Charge

Last year’s WGC Mexico Championship vaulted Tommy Fleetwood into the upper echelon of the golf world. This year, Fleetwood looked to build on last year’s performance but failed to deliver. opening with a one-over par 72. Fleetwood began his charge to gain some momentum through the weekend by carding a four-under 67 on Saturday and... Read More

2 years ago

Jordan Spieth Looks To Bank On Past Successes

Jordan Spieth finished tied for 14th this past week at the WGC Mexico Championship but still struggled on the greens. This past week has been an example of how he has played so far this year. During his second round, he carded four birdies and no bogeys, but he managed to miss three putts inside of... Read More

2 years ago

Ross Fisher Riding A Hot Streak

Rolling with three runner-up finishes in his last seven starts, Ross Fisher is looking to keep the mojo flowing this week. He showed superb play last year the WGC Mexico Championship by throwing down three under-par rounds, including a phenomenal round of 65 on Sunday. It’s safe to say that as long as his mojo... Read More

2 years ago

Kevin Kisner Looks To Be Buoyant

Kevin Kisner has two top-25s, one top-50 and two straight missed cuts so far in the 2018 calendar year. After a dismal opening round of 79 at the Honda Classic, Kisner went on to shoot an even-par round of 70 to miss the cut. At last year's WGC Mexico Championship, Kisner finished 11th with a total... Read More

2 years ago


Patrick Reed Needs A Spark

Patrick Reed, otherwise known as Captain America, was among the victims claimed by the ever-daunting PGA National course. Reed followed up his missed cut at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am with another missed cut this past week at the Honda Classic. Reed carded a two-over 72 in the first round and stumbled during the second... Read More

2 years ago

Rafael Cabrera Bello Keeps On Plugging Along

Rafael Cabrero Bello capped of the Honda Classic with a manageable top-30 finish, carding only one round under par. At last year’s WGC Mexico Championship, Rafa finished tied for 38th with only one subpar round. This year, Rafa looks to aim higher on the leaderboard and move himself up in the official World Golf rankings. While... Read More

2 years ago

Matt Kuchar Looks To Go Deep This Week

Matt Kuchar heads into this week building off his top-30 finish at the Genesis Open. At last year's WGC Mexico Championship, Kuchar finished in the top 25 with a total of fiver-under par. Firing off two subpar rounds at the first running of the event, Kuchar knows how and where to place his shots at... Read More

2 years ago

Tyrrell Hatton Punches Early Ticket Home

Tyrrell Hatton missed the cut this past week at the Honda Classic. While it was disappointing for him, it does not warrant much concern. Carding an opening round of 74, Hatton looked to Friday’s round to shave a couple of strokes to make the cut comfortably. Instead, Hatton added another two strokes, finishing Friday with... Read More

2 years ago

Tommy Fleetwood Building Momentum In 2018

Tommy Fleetwood finished in fourth this past week at the Honda Classic. After an opening round of 70, Fleetwood fired off three rounds in the 60s as well as carding two eagles in one round. Fleetwood's Saturday charge put him into contention while only two back heading into Sunday, but he ended up finishing off the weekend still two behind... Read More

2 years ago


Daniel Berger’s Confidence Builds

Heading into the WGC Mexico Championship, Daniel Berger has three top-25s, a top-30 and a missed cut. This past week at the Honda Classic, Berger finished tied for 29th after four grueling days battling the ever-tough PGA National Championship course. Berger shot an opening-round bogey for three-under par, his best round of the tournament, but struggled... Read More

2 years ago

Matthew Fitzpatrick Not Intimidated

Matthew Fitzpatrick is ranked 30th in the official World Golf Rankings at the tender age of 23, a solid feat, but Fitzpatrick has not even begun to hit his full stride. With four European tour titles to his credit and a strong T9 finish at the WGC-HSBC Champions Open, Fitzpatrick is looking strong entering 2018.... Read More

2 years ago

Ross Fisher Looks To Keep Pace

Ross Fisher finished second at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. Even though Fisher posted a three-under round on Sunday, it was not enough to keep Tommy Fleetwood off Fisher's heels to capture his sixth victory. After that, Fisher competed at the Dubai Desert Classic, where he had a rough finish at T45. His next scheduled... Read More

2 years ago

Patrick Reed Has Been Hit Or Miss

Patrick Reed, the savior of the Ryder Cup, has been hit or miss this season. Reed has two top-25 finishes this season but also has two missed cuts. He has not won since the Barclays in 2016 but did finish tied for second during 2017. The last time Reed played this event was in 2015,... Read More

2 years ago

Rafa Cabrera Bello Is A Fiery Favorite

Rafa Cabrera Bello is a fiery Spaniard who knows when to turn up the heat during any given tour event. He posted a fantastic top five at the WGC HSBC Champions Open and a top-10 finish at the CIMB this season. Cabrera Bello has also added a top-30 finish at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and... Read More

2 years ago


Matt Kuchar A Fan Favorite

Matt Kuchar has a famous chant of his nickname (Koooch), a sound we are all accustomed to hearing around the course week in and week out. Coming off a T26 at the Genesis Open, Kuch's form is shaping up great for the upcoming year. Kuchar always finds a way to creep up the leaderboard on any... Read More

2 years ago

Tyrrell Hatton Wants To Make His Presence Known

Another European tour player with the caliber of game to compete on the PGA Tour, Tyrell Hatton is trying to gain momentum. His last two starts on the European Tour earned him a top-five finish and a finish tied for 15th. Hatton shot a solid round of six-under par on Sunday to finish three shots back... Read More

2 years ago

Tommy Fleetwood Looks To Make An Impact

Tommy Fleetwood, the 2017 Race to Dubai champion, has decided to play full time on the PGA Tour this year. So far, he has a finish in the top 25 and also finished tied for 37th. While mostly playing on the European Tour, Fleetwood has five European Tour titles to his name. His home life has... Read More

2 years ago

Brooks Koepka On The Shelf Until Masters

Brooks Koepka (wrist), the 2017 U.S. Open champion, will not be playing until the Masters. The problem first started showing at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas during the first week of December. A month later at the Tournament of Champions, he noticed he was still having high levels of discomfort and said he... Read More

2 years ago

Hideki Matsuyama May Be On Pause Until Mexico

Hideki Matsuyama's (hand) swing rises in the East, but did not set in the West at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The two-time champion of this event had to withdraw from the championship in the second round, citing a hand injury. He then flew back to Japan and had an MRI done, fortunately revealing no... Read More

2 years ago


Jordan Spieth Has A New Role

Jordan Speith is a three-time major champion who wedged his way into 2018 with a new position as the PAC chairman of the PGA tour. During the 2018 calendar PGA tour season, Spieth has finished with two top-10 finishes, two top-25 finishes and a missed cut. As the season rolls on, his new putting technique will... Read More

2 years ago

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