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About Spencer Aguiar - RotoBaller

PGA news team writer and author of the weekly PGA DFS: Vegas Report at Rotoballer. I was born and raised in Las Vegas and attended college at UNLV. Follow me on Twitter @teeoffsports

Spencer Aguiar - RotoBaller has written 366 articles so far, you can find them below.

Dustin Johnson has won four FedExCup playoff events in his career but has yet to capture a win at the Tour Championship. The American has posted three top-six showings in his previous four tries but hasn't had a finish better than fifth place in eight appearances at East Lake. The lack of production in Atlanta... Read More

Bryson DeChambeau can clinch the season-long FedExCup title this weekend with a plethora of outcomes. However, the 25-year-old will hope to take matters into his own hands and guarantee himself the yearly championship and 10 million dollars with a victory at East Lake. DeChambeau has made 21 of 24 worldwide cuts and has captured three... Read More

Welcome back to this season's final installment of the PGA DFS: Vegas Report. The top 30 players in the FedExCup standings will head to Atlanta with hopes of capturing the season-long title and $10 million bonus that comes along with it. Bryson DeChambeau, Justin Rose, Tony Finau, Dustin Johnson and Justin Thomas all control their... Read More

Justin Thomas, who was the 2017 FedExCup champion, enters the season finale Tour Championship in fifth place. Being in the top-five of the standings is a significant advantage for the young American. Thomas will control his destiny this weekend at East Lake and with a victory will capture back-to-back season-long titles. This is Thomas' third... Read More

With a victory at the Tour Championship, Cameron Smith would have an outside chance of capturing the FedExCup title. The Aussie enters the finale ranked 10th in the standings and would need a victory and a host of other things to happen if he wanted to take home the $10 million grand prize. Some of... Read More

After leading the BMW Championship field in strokes gained off the tee, strokes gained approach, strokes gained tee to green and driving distance, Rory McIlroy was only able to muster up a fifth-place finish at Aronimink. The Irishman struggled mightily with his short game all week, which was highlighted by losing a combined 3.364 strokes... Read More

Tommy Fleetwood has had an incredible 2018 season. The Englishman has made 20 of 22 worldwide cuts, which includes seven top-10 finishes and a win at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship in January on the European Tour. Unfortunately, despite all the stellar accolades the 12th-ranked player in the world has to his name, he is... Read More

Aaron Wise enters the season finale Tour Championship sitting in 21st place in the FedExCup standings. Wise has put together a fabulous season on tour in 2018, winning his first career title at the AT&T Bryon Nelson back in May and providing two additional top-five performances throughout the year. The 22-year-old will be making his... Read More

Kyle Stanley stood at eight-under par after three rounds at Aronimink Golf Club, but a three-over par 73 during his final round on Monday capsized him into a share of 45th place. Most of the trouble during Stanley's fourth-round performance came on the greens, where he lost 3.804 strokes compared to the field. Despite the... Read More

Jordan Spieth's failure to make the Tour Championship is perhaps one of the most surprising things to happen in 2018. Unfortunately for Spieth, the inability to make it to East Lake may also carry some financial repercussions or possibly even worse consequences. Based on the "Strength of Field Regulation," players are required to add a... Read More

Chez Reavie was unable to make it to the season-ending Tour Championship, ultimately finishing 34th overall in the FedExCup standings. Reavie's 34th place finish was rather impressive for a few reasons. For starters, he wasn't able to capture a title during the 2018 season and still almost found his way to East Lake. But even... Read More

Adam Hadwin fired a 12-under par at the BMW Championship, finishing in a share of 19th place. Unfortunately, the effort was not good enough to move the Canadian into the top 30 of the FedExCup standings. The 30-year-old made his first 13 cuts on tour in 2018 but was only able to make six of... Read More

Andrew Landry's dream season on the PGA Tour has finally come to an end. The American captured his first career title on tour at the Valero Texas Open in April and also provided a second-place showing at the CareerBuilder Challenge in January. Those two results helped to highlight Landry's jump from 184th in the world... Read More

After a share of 55th place at the BMW Championship, Pat Perez has had his season come to an end. Perez finished in 39th place in the yearly FedExCup standings, just nine spots away from making the Tour Championship. The 42-year-old strung together 16 made cuts in 21 tournaments but was only able to put... Read More

Byeong Hun An's share of 29th place at the BMW Championship was not enough to push him into the top 30 of the FedExCup standings. An needed a massive performance to progress to the season finale in Atlanta but was only able to move up to 42nd position in the yearly standings with his play... Read More

Luke List saw his season come to an end at the BMW Championship. The big-hitting American finished in a share of 45th place in Pennsylvania and was unable to get into the top 30 of the FedExCup standings to advance to the Tour Championship in two weeks. List started 2018 on a torrid pace, posting... Read More

Adam Scott has experienced a season of highs and lows in 2018. The Aussie had fallen to 76th in the world just one month ago at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, but a strong close to the season allowed Scott to finish the year ranked 41st in the Official World Golf Rankings. The former No. 1 ranked... Read More

Si Woo Kim shot a six-under par at the BMW Championship to finish in a share of 41st place. The 23-year-old needed to get into the top 30 of the FedExCup standings if he wanted to extend his season into the Tour Championship, but Kim's meager effort at Aronimink left him in 55th position and... Read More

Cameron Smith fired a 13-under par at TPC Boston to record his second straight third-place finish. The Aussie was locked in with his all-around game throughout the four rounds, gaining a total of 9.388 strokes compared to the field. Smith's incredible run during the FedExCup playoffs has moved him up to eighth in the yearly... Read More

Dustin Johnson posted his 11th top-10 finish of the season in just 18 tournaments, finishing in a share of seventh place at TPC Boston. The big-hitting American shot rounds of 68, 69, and 72 over the first three days, but it was his scorching seven-under par 64 on Sunday that catapulted him up the leaderboard... Read More

Jordan Spieth heads to this week's BMW Championship still in search of his first victory of the year. The American has slightly turned his season around here as of late, posting six straight made cuts and three consecutive top-25 finishes, but the 10th-ranked player in the world has failed to record a top-five result since... Read More

Kyle Stanley fired a 10-under par at the Dell Technologies Championship, finishing in a share of 12th place. The American entered the final round three shots off the lead but was unable to get things into motion all day, shooting an even-par 71. Stanley has gotten himself up to 16th in the FedExCup standings and... Read More

Bryson DeChambeau shot a four-under par 67 during the final round of the Dell Technologies Championship, wrapping up his second straight win to begin the FedExCup playoffs. With the back-to-back victories, the American has jumped up to a new career-high of seventh in the Official World Golf Rankings. The victory marks DeChambeau's fourth win on... Read More

Welcome back to the PGA DFS: Vegas Report. What a start to the FedExCup playoffs for Bryson DeChambeau! With the victory at the Dell Technologies Championship, the 24-year-old has captured back-to-back wins during the first two events of the playoffs, and regardless of how he performs this weekend in Pennsylvania, he has solidified the top... Read More

Rory McIlroy was unable to find his way back into the winner's circle at the Dell Technologies Championship. The Irishman had previously won twice at TPC Boston in his career, but a lackluster one-under par round on Sunday stymied McIlroy's progression up the leaderboard. The 29-year-old had taken the previous week off at the Northern... Read More

Pat Perez withdrew after the third round of the Dell Technologies Championship to be with his wife, who had gone into labor. The 47th-ranked player in the world had produced rounds of 71,72 and 75 before he was forced to cut his weekend short. The withdrawal moved Perez down seven places in the FedExCup standings... Read More

Adam Hadwin enters the BMW Championship in just 47th place in the FedExCup standings. The Canadian was able to provide a respectable T21 last week at TPC Boston, but the 164 points earned during the event was only good enough to move him up five spots in the rankings. The 57th-ranked player in the world... Read More

After a share of 24th place at the Dell Technologies Championship, Justin Thomas has slipped from third to fifth in the FedExCup race. The top five after the BMW Championship this week will control their destiny at the season finale Tour Championship, so it remains essential for all players to try and get themselves into... Read More

Tommy Fleetwood has recently started a negative trend of poor third-round performances on the PGA Tour. With his 71 at TPC Boston, the Englishman has now shot even-par or worse in three of his previous four third-round appearances. Fleetwood has shown that he is a phenomenal closer on Sunday and seems to make runs to... Read More

Byeong Hun An shot a six-under par at the Dell Technologies Championship to finish in a share of 31st place. An, who had gained strokes with his approach shots in 10 of his previous 12 trackable rounds entering TPC Boston, kept the momentum rolling by gaining 4.073 strokes compared to the field, which was good... Read More

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