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About Spencer Aguiar - RotoBaller

PGA, NBA, NFL and AAF writer/contributor. 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 170 articles so far, you can find them below.


PGA DFS: Vegas Report - The Northern Trust

Welcome back to the PGA DFS: Vegas Report. Brandt Snedeker captured his second career Wyndham Championship title, winning the tournament at 21-under par. The 37-year-old outlasted Webb Simpson and C.T. Pan by three strokes and was rewarded with his first tour win in almost two and a half years. Snedeker's first professional win came at... Read More

1 year ago

Ollie Schniederjans Will Need a Magical FedExCup Playoffs

Ollie Schniederjans is going to need to heat up in a hurry if he wants to extend his season past the next two weeks. The 25-year-old enters the Northern Trust ranked 87th in the FedExCup standings and is in legitimate danger of being eliminated this week in New Jersey or next week in Massachusetts. Schniederjans... Read More

1 year ago

Luke List Seeks First Tour Championship Bid

Luke List enters the FedExCup playoffs in 29th position. The 33-year-old has had an up-and-down 2018 season, which is highlighted by a runner-up sudden-death playoff loss to Justin Thomas at the Honda Classic. List has made 15 of 22 cuts on the season worldwide and has provided five total top-10 finishes. The big-hitting American is... Read More

1 year ago

Byeong Hun An Continues Solid Season

Byeong Hun An lacks a signature win during his career on the PGA Tour, but regardless of that fact, the South Korean has still excelled in 2018. An has made 17 of 19 cuts on the season, which includes a Memorial playoff lose to Bryson DeChambeau and a runner-up finish at the RBC Canadian Open.... Read More

1 year ago

Andrew Landry Enters FedExCup Playoffs Ranked 26th

If the first three events of the FedExCup playoffs were to end today and the results stayed as they currently are, Andrew Landry would find himself at the year's Tour Championship. Unfortunately for the American, there is still a ton of golf to be played to decide the final 30 participants, but his ranking of... Read More

1 year ago


Jordan Spieth Isn't a Lock for the Tour Championship

Jordan Spieth, who won 2015 FedExCup title and was the 2017 runner-up, has never missed the final Tour Championship event in his career but is in grave danger of bowing out early this season. Spieth enters the Northern Trust ranked 43rd in the yearly standings and will need to quickly post a handful of quality... Read More

1 year ago

Pat Perez Enters FedExCup Playoffs in 25th Place

Pat Perez made his Tour Championship debut last season at the age of 41. Perez finished in 16th place at the final event held at East Lake Golf Club and completed the yearly FedExCup standings in 15th position, taking home a cool $250,000 for his efforts. Perez enters the first FedExCup event of 2018 in... Read More

1 year ago

Si Woo Kim Eyes Tour Championship Event

Si Woo Kim enters the first leg of the FedExCup playoffs ranked 46th. The South Korean has had a busy schedule in 2018, making 16 of 23 cuts and providing a runner-up finish at the RBC Heritage. While 23 tournaments at this point of the season is a considerable amount, it fails to exceed the... Read More

1 year ago

Jason Dufner's Tour Championship Run is in Jeopardy

Jason Dufner has made it to the final Tour Championship event the previous two seasons but is in serious jeopardy this year of continuing that streak. Dufner enters the Northern Trust ranked 90th in the FedExCup standings. It is not inconceivable that the 41-year-old could find himself back at the year's final event again, but... Read More

1 year ago

Cameron Smith Has Been Disappointing in the Closing Stretch

Cameron Smith started the season with three consecutive top-20 finishes and provided two additional T5 performances at the Masters and Dell Technologies Match Play. But recent struggles with his game have caused the newly turned 25-year-old to drop to 53rd in the FedExCup standings. Smith should be safe for the first two events of the... Read More

1 year ago


Satoshi Kodaira's First FedExCup Could Be Short-Lived

Satoshi Kodaira enters the Northern Trust ranked 77th in the FedExCup standings. The Japanese golfer has had his career-best season on tour, becoming a full-time PGA Tour member after winning the RBC Heritage in April. But despite his success in Hilton Head, South Carolina, the 28-year-old has failed to provide any other top-15 showings on... Read More

1 year ago

Chez Reavie Has a Chance at All Four FedExCup Events

Chez Reavie opens the first leg of the FedExCup ranked 36th. The American will eventually need to find himself in the top 30 if he wants to compete in all four playoff events, but he is at least within striking distance of that ultimate goal. Reavie had back-to-back runner-up finishes this season at the Phoenix... Read More

1 year ago

Kyle Stanley is Ranked 18th in the FedExCup Standings

Kyle Stanley enters the Northern Trust this week as an under the radar candidate to take home the FedExCup title. Coming into the week ranked 18th in the standings, Stanley could potentially become a significant player towards the closing stretch with a couple of quality showings in a row. The American is ranked fourth on... Read More

1 year ago

Adam Hadwin Enters FedExCup Playoffs in 70th Place

Adam Hadwin should be safe for the first two events of the FedExCup playoffs, but the road will become slightly more difficult for him after that. The top 70 players will get into the BMW Championship, which is the third event of the playoffs but only 30 players will get into the season finale Tour... Read More

1 year ago

Rory McIlroy Skipping Northern Trust Playoff Event

Rory McIlroy will be skipping next week's first FedExCup playoff event in New Jersey. After a disappointing PGA Championship, the 29-year-old hinted that he would strongly consider bypassing the Northern Trust to work on his game and assess where he was at mentally. McIlroy is currently ranked 21st in the FedExCup standings and will return... Read More

1 year ago


Adam Scott Posts Best Major Finish Since 2013

Adam Scott matched his best major finish since the Open Championship in 2013, finishing in third place. The Aussie put together a brilliant display of golf all week. Scott gained 12.809 strokes total compared to the field, which was good for third best. He also managed to gain 3.666 strokes putting, a statistic that has... Read More

1 year ago

Thomas Pieters Makes Late Charge At Bellerive

Thomas Pieters attempted a mad-dash rally during his back nine at the PGA Championship but came up short after double-bogeying the 17th hole. The big-hitting Belgian birdied holes 14,15 and 16 to find himself a few strokes off the lead when entering the 17th hole but a drive into the water at the par-five 17th... Read More

1 year ago

Justin Thomas Comes Close To Defending Major Title

Justin Thomas fired four consecutive rounds in the 60s at Bellerive Country Club but was unable to make some critical putts late in his round on Sunday, eventually finishing in a share of sixth place. The 25-year-old was looking to become the second player this season to defend their major title successfully, a feat that... Read More

1 year ago

Jordan Spieth Finishes Major Season With Top-15 Finish

Jordan Spieth has had an up-and-down 2018 season. The American has provided no wins on tour so far this year, which would mark his first season without a victory since 2014. However, for as bad as the year has been for the 25-year-old, he has had glimmers of greatness during the major championship events. Spieth... Read More

1 year ago

Chez Reavie Posts Career-Best Major Finish

Chez Reavie put together weekend rounds of 67 and 66 to propel himself up the leaderboard and into a share of 12th place at Bellerive. The top-15 performance comes off of the heels of a five-tournament missed cut streak that the American had going. Reavie has been a shell of himself this season since his... Read More

1 year ago


Dustin Johnson Can't Capture Elusive Second Major

Dustin Johnson once again was unable to add a second major title to his record. The American ended Friday at seven-under par and in a share of fourth place, but as has been the case far too often in his career, Johnson faltered during the weekend and was only able to finish in a share... Read More

1 year ago

PGA DFS: Vegas Report - The Wyndham Championship

Welcome back to the PGA DFS: Vegas Report. Most of the storylines at the PGA Championship will revolve around Tiger Woods and his magnificent second place finish at Bellerive. Woods shot a final round six-under 64 and nearly was able to steal the title to capture his first major since 2008. But I think the... Read More

1 year ago

Pat Perez Falters During The Weekend At Bellerive

Pat Perez opened the PGA Championship with consecutive three-under par 67s, placing him at six-under par for the tournament and within striking distance of the leader. However, weekend rounds of 70 and 72 halted the American's progress and slid him down the leaderboard. Perez's eventual finish of 35th place ended up being his fifth best... Read More

1 year ago

Dylan Frittelli Posts Career-Best Major Finish

Dylan Frittelli has struggled early in his career at major championship events but was able to provide a T31 finish at the PGA Championship, his best finish at a grand slam tournament in his career. The South African has had a disappointing year on the PGA Tour. In events that have a cut to them,... Read More

1 year ago

Tommy Fleetwood Is Still Searching For PGA Tour Win

Tommy Fleetwood shot a four-under par at the PGA Championship to finish in a share of 35th place. The Englishman has been laboriously searching for his first PGA Tour title, but he will have to wait at least a little while longer to hit the winner's circle in America. Fleetwood is not in the Wyndham... Read More

1 year ago


Rory McIlroy Disappoints At Bellerive

Rory McIlroy was only able to muster up a share of 50th place at the PGA Championship after shooting a two-under par. With the failure to capture the Wanamaker trophy, the Irishman has now gone a full four years without obtaining a major championship. However, McIlroy still has a chance to salvage the season if... Read More

1 year ago

Andrew Landry Makes Cut At Bellerive

Andrew Landry shot a two-under par at Bellerive, finishing in a share of 50th place in his first career PGA Championship. The American concluded the week ranked fourth in driving accuracy and fourth in greens in regulation but was undone on the greens, ranking a paltry 67th in strokes gained-putting. Landry will now turn his... Read More

1 year ago

Cameron Smith Has Mediocre Bellerive Showing

Cameron Smith shot a one-under par at the PGA Championship, finishing in a share of 56th place. The Aussie produced two exquisite rounds of four-under par 66 on Friday and Sunday but was unable to provide consistency throughout the week, shooting an opening round 74 and Saturday 73. Smith has been struggling recently with cohesion... Read More

1 year ago

Byeong Hun An Finishes T56 At Bellerive

Byeong Hun An followed up last year's T28 at the PGA Championship held at Quail Hollow with a T56 at Bellerive. An was never quite able to get things entirely into motion during the tournament, posting rounds of 70,70, 69 and 70. The South Korean has had a solid season in 2018 and has provided... Read More

1 year ago

Ollie Schniederjans Makes First PGA Championship Cut

Ollie Schniederjans finished at even-par for the PGA Championship and in a share of 59th place. The 25-year-old was competing in his first career PGA Championship and had a relatively decent showing all things considered. Schniederjans finished the week with an average of 322.2 yards per drive, which ranked him second in the field and... Read More

1 year ago


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