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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 1018 articles so far, you can find them below.


Luke List is Playing Well Coming Into Carnoustie

Luke List fired a 15-under par at the Scottish Open, finishing in a share of third place. The American got off to a blistering seven-under 63 start on Thursday, which just so happened to be the lowest round ever shot at the Gullane course in Scotland. Back-to-back rounds of 69 on Friday and Saturday drifted... Read More

1 year ago

Justin Thomas Will Be Lightly Owned at Carnoustie

Justin Thomas comes into the Open Championship as one of the forgotten high-end DFS plays. The young American is the fifth most expensive player on DraftKings at $10,000 but only is projected to be the 32nd highest owned player on the site. Those statistics obviously don't coincide perfectly with each other since value plays will... Read More

1 year ago

Dylan Frittelli is an Under-The-Radar Sleeper

Dylan Frittelli has the opportunity to make for a game-changing pick in large GPP fields. Frittelli is an excellent links player and is currently providing some exceptional form. The South African has been a radically different player in Europe than he has been in the United States. In Frittelli's last nine starts on foreign soil,... Read More

1 year ago

Hideki Matsuyama Still Eyes First Major

People often forget that Hideki Matsuyama is only 26 years old and has played in just 23 total Majors. Often in sports, everyone tries to figure out who the next superstar of their particular game is and crown them as the future. But in the case of an athlete like Matsuyama, when he doesn't achieve... Read More

1 year ago

Cameron Smith is Lacking Form Coming Into Carnoustie

Cameron Smith recorded a share of 42nd place at the Scottish Open last week. Smith came into the week having missed four consecutive cuts in a row, so posting any positive result can only be viewed as a good thing, but the lack of quality in the finish still makes you think that Smith is... Read More

1 year ago


Thomas Pieters Brings Good Form Into Carnoustie

Thomas Pieters' resurgence continued at last week's Scottish Open. Pieters posted his fifth straight made cut and in the process posted his first top-10 finish since January of this year. Pieters, who had fallen all the way from 34th in the world at the beginning of the year to his ranking pre-Scottish Open of 82nd,... Read More

1 year ago

Adam Scott Provides a Mixed Bag of Expectations

Adam Scott is one of the most perplexing players to decide what to do with for the Open Championship. On the one hand, Scott has made his last eight cuts at Open Championship venues and is links specialist. On the flip side of things, the Australian has dropped to 82nd in the Official World Golf... Read More

1 year ago

Jordan Spieth Will Try to Defend Title at Carnoustie

Jordan Spieth isn't entering Carnoustie looking like the player who captured the title last season. In Spieth's previous six tournaments, he has failed to post a top-20 finish and has missed two of his last three cuts. However, like any world-class golfer, Spieth is always just inches away from flipping the switch and magically refinding... Read More

1 year ago

Potential Wind at Carnoustie Will Not Slow Marc Leishman Down

Marc Leishman is arguably the most underrated player on tour. In the Aussie's last four years at the Open Championship, he has perhaps had the best tournament history of any player who has failed to capture the title. Leishman has posted three top-six finishes, which includes a runner-up playoff loss to Zach Johnson in 2015... Read More

1 year ago

Alex Noren Looks to Capture His First Major Title

Alex Noren comes into the Open Championship with perhaps his best chance he has ever had to capture his first Major title. The 36-year-old has posted five straight top-25 finishes, and in his last start, he claimed his 10th career European Tour title at the HNA Open de France. As a result of his win,... Read More

1 year ago


PGA DFS: Vegas Report - The Open Championship

Welcome back to the PGA DFS: Vegas Report. Michael Kim, just like Kevin Na last week at the Military Tribute at the Greenbrier, gave us our second straight runaway Sunday finish. Kim made John Deere Classic history by finishing at 27-under par and breaking Steve Stricker's old tournament record by one stroke. As an additional... Read More

1 year ago

HaoTong Li is an Under-The-Radar Sleeper

HaoTong Li shouldn't be as under the radar as he is entering the Open Championship after last year's third-place finish at Royal Birkdale, but the young 22-year-old comes into the third major of the season at a price tag of $7,300 on DraftKings and an outright betting price of 125/1. The Chinese golfer has made... Read More

1 year ago

Si Woo Kim to Give the Open Championship a Second Try

Si Woo Kim will be competing in his second career Open Championship. In 2017, Kim failed to make the cut at Royal Birkdale, shooting a six-over par and missing the cut by one stroke. The 23-year-old shot an even-par opening round on Thursday but was unable to keep the momentum going on Friday, hurling a... Read More

1 year ago

Jason Dufner Has Made Six Consecutive Open Championship Cuts

Jason Dufner has provided quality consistency the past six years at the Open Championship. The 41-year-old has made six consecutive Open Championship cuts, including four top-35 finishes in the process. Dufner comes into the third Major this season with very little golf under his belt over the past month. The American hasn't teed it up... Read More

1 year ago

Satoshi Kodaira Could Struggle to Make Open Championship Cut

Satoshi Kodaira comes into the Open Championship struggling mightily in all facets of his game. The 28-year-old Japanese golfer has missed his last four cuts worldwide, which includes a dreadful showing in his previous tournament in Japan. Kodaira has never made the cut in his two prior Open Championship appearances and will need an extraordinary... Read More

1 year ago


Chez Reavie Misses Cut at John Deere Classic

No matter how great of a fit Chez Reavie appears to be at a particular venue, he continues to struggle and miss cuts. Reavie has now missed three of his last four cuts and has been a massive let down at every short course he has faced recently. The 36-year-old shot a one-under par, which... Read More

1 year ago

Adam Hadwin Struggling Entering Open Championship

Adam Hadwin is set to compete in his second career Open Championship. In his only other appearance in 2017, Hadwin received far less than a royal introduction at Royal Birkdale, shooting a 13-over par and missing the cut by eight strokes. While Royal Birkdale was an extremely challenging course, Carnoustie Golf Club is often regarded... Read More

1 year ago

Kyle Stanley Misses John Deere Classic Cut

Kyle Stanley shot a three-over par at the John Deere Classic, missing the cut by six strokes. A missed cut at TPC Deere Run was not the positive momentum Stanley was hoping to take into this week's third Major. Stanley, who is only five for 14 in his career in cuts made at Major Championships,... Read More

1 year ago

Bryson DeChambeau Withdraws During John Deere Classic

Bryson DeChambeau has withdrawn from the John Deere Classic before completing his opening round. DeChambeau, who was three-over par through 15 holes, started grimacing and grabbing his right shoulder and lower neck area on the 12th hole. It is unclear at this time exactly what is going on and what the long-term prognosis may be,... Read More

1 year ago

HaoTong Li Looks for Momentum at the Scottish Open

HaoTong Li will make his third trip to the Scottish Open as he continues to prepare for next week's Open Championship. Li has made one of two prior cuts in Scotland, with a 50th place finish during last year's event being his best result. While momentum would seem critical entering a Major, Li was able... Read More

1 year ago


Dylan Frittelli is a Star on the European Tour

Dylan Frittelli rolls into the Scottish Open off of back-to-back top-15 European Tour finishes. The South African, who is out of the University of Texas, has continually displayed success over in Europe in his young career. However, for whatever reason, Frittelli has failed to demonstrate the same level of success on the PGA Tour. Frittelli... Read More

1 year ago

Thomas Pieters is Hoping to Stop His Slide in the Rankings

Thomas Pieters, who is now ranked 82nd in the world, has fallen 48 places in the rankings in 2018. On a positive note, Pieters appears like he is slowly but surely figuring out his game over the past month. Since the beginning of June, the big-hitting Belgian has made all four cuts on the European... Read More

1 year ago

Cameron Smith Has Missed Four Cuts in a Row

Cameron Smith hasn't played since last month's U.S. Open and comes into the Scottish Open this week having missed four consecutive cuts in a row. While nearly a month-long break may seem extreme, it could end up being precisely what the young Australian golfer needed. Smith closed 2017 with four straight top-five finishes, which included... Read More

1 year ago

Luke List is Making Only His Fourth European Tour Start Ever

Luke List is a remote surprise this week at the Scottish Open. The 33-year-old PGA Tour grinder is down in Europe getting ready for his first ever Open Championship, which will start July 19th. And while it makes complete sense why List arrived a week early and is trying to get prepared for this foreign... Read More

1 year ago

Chez Reavie Could Be An Ideal Fit for TPC Deere Run

Chez Reavie has had a surplus of opportunities here as of late to get himself back on track. The 36-year-old appeared to be a perfect fit for the Fort Worth Invitational back in late May but missed the cut. Since then, he has only made one of his three cuts and has looked out of... Read More

1 year ago


Bryson DeChambeau Looks to Repeat at the John Deere Classic

This week at the John Deere Classic, Bryson DeChambeau will return to the venue where he captured his first career PGA Tour title at last season. The 24-year-old American entered Sunday's round four shots off of the lead but was able to reel in the leaders after shooting an explosive six-under 65, narrowly edging the... Read More

1 year ago

Kyle Stanley Hopes For Five Straight Made Cuts at TPC Deere Run

Kyle Stanley has been all or nothing over the last five months. In the 30-year-old American's previous 12 tournaments, he has posted six top-25 finishes and missed four cuts. The only two aberrational finishes came during his last outing at the Quicken Loans National, where he finished in a share of 32nd place and at... Read More

1 year ago

Ollie Schniederjans Posts Top-30 at the Greenbrier

Ollie Schniederjans shot a seven-under par at the Military Tribute at the Greenbrier, recording his first top-30 finish since February. The young American opened Thursday and Friday with consecutive rounds of 66, but he was unable to keep his momentum going, finishing with rounds of 69 and 72, respectively. When all was said and done,... Read More

1 year ago

PGA DFS: Vegas Report - John Deere Classic

Welcome back to the second installment of the PGA DFS: Vegas Report. Kevin Na was a runaway winner at the Military Tribute at the Greenbrier, shooting a Sunday 64 en route to a five-shot victory and his first PGA Tour title since 2011. Russell Henley, our pick to win, led our selections with a 10th... Read More

1 year ago

PGA DFS: Vegas Report for the Greenbrier Classic

The PGA DFS: Vegas Report will take a look at both outright value bets and head-to-head wagers being offered for the given tournament. Our goal is not only to provide betting winners but also help to find value from both a DFS and betting related standpoint. With our outright winners, we will try to pinpoint... Read More

1 year ago


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