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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 1016 articles so far, you can find them below.


Dylan Frittelli Shines Once Again in Europe

The European and PGA Tour versions of Dylan Frittelli have been radically different players. On the PGA Tour, Frittelli has struggled to find anything resembling form or consistency, but on the European Tour, Frittelli has been one of the best young talents in the game. Because of this fact, Frittelli's share of 12th place at... Read More

1 year ago

Thomas Pieters Continues To Show Rejuvenated Form

After a long, rough 2018 season for Thomas Pieters, the big-hitting Belgian appears to have finally found some quality form. Pieters, who has dropped almost 40 spots in the Official World Golf Rankings since the beginning of the year, has posted three straight top-35 finishes after this week's share of 31st place at the Open... Read More

1 year ago

HaoTong Li Posts Another Top-25 Finish at the Open de France

After last year's finish of a share of seventh place at the Open de France, HaoTong Li followed up with another quality showing at the Le Golf National course, this time finishing in a share of 21st place. Li remained steady all weekend long and concluded his tournament at one-under par. The 22-year-old Chinese golfer... Read More

1 year ago

Can Kyle Stanley Go Back-To-Back?

Kyle Stanley, the 2017 Quicken Loans champion, will attempt to go back-to-back at TPC Potomac. Stanley finished at seven-under par during last year's event, pulling out the title in a playoff over Charles Howell III. TPC Potomac is one of the more difficult courses on tour, and it requires elite ball-striking skills. Stanley comes into... Read More

1 year ago

Si Woo Kim Will Give TPC Potomac a Second Try

Si Woo Kim has played the Quicken Loans National tournament two prior times in his career, missing the cut in both occurrences. Each year the tournament was held in Maryland but at different venues. In 2016, Congressional Country Club hosted the event, and in 2017 TPC Potomac got its first crack. It was the first... Read More

1 year ago


Ollie Schniederjans Can't Find His Game

Ollie Schniederjans has missed his last two PGA Tour cuts, but in reality, he has been on a tumultuous 12-tournament stretch. Schniederjans has failed to post a top-30 finish since February and hasn't recorded a top-60 in his last five events. The former No. 1 amateur in the world appeared to be closing in on... Read More

1 year ago

Satoshi Kodaira Continues His Slide in the Rankings

Satoshi Kodaira shot a 12-over par at the Travelers Championship en route to missing his third consecutive cut. In fact, since Kodaira's win at the RBC Heritage in April, the Japanese golfer has missed five of his last six PGA Tour cuts. After Kodaira's victory at the RBC Heritage, he moved up to 27th in... Read More

1 year ago

Adam Hadwin Restarts Cut Streak at the Travelers Championship

Adam Hadwin shot a four-under par at the Travelers Championship, finishing in a share of 42nd place. The performance was a nice bounceback for the Canadian, who just one week previously had seen his 19 consecutive cuts-made streak broken at the U.S. Open. But outside of the positives of a new streak starting, the middle-of-the-pack... Read More

1 year ago

Bryson DeChambeau Records a Top-10 at TPC River Highlands

Bryson DeChambeau shot Thursday and Friday rounds of 66 and Saturday and Sunday rounds of 68, finishing at 12-under par and in a share of ninth place. Golf's mad scientist has now recorded five top-10 finishes in his last nine tournaments. DeChambeau played his Sunday round with the eventual champion Bubba Watson. Both of these... Read More

1 year ago

Thomas Pieters is Starting to Snap Into Form

Thomas Pieters has had a roller-coaster 2018 season. The 26-year-old golfer started the year ranked 34th in the world, but after erratic temperament and lousy play got the best of him, Pieters has fallen all the way down to his current ranking of 73rd in the world. However, things may be beginning to look up... Read More

1 year ago


Dylan Frittelli Will Give the Open de France Another Try

Dylan Frittelli shot a five-over par last year at the Open de France, missing the cut by three strokes. Frittelli will hope for a more notable showing at the European tournament this time around. The 28-year-old South African golfer comes into the Open de France drastically needing a quality finish. Frittelli has missed five of... Read More

1 year ago

HaoTong Li Hopes For Another Top-10 Showing

HaoTong Li is starting to have remote success on the PGA Tour, but the majority of his robust results have taken place on the European Tour. Li has captured two European Tour titles in his career, a win at the Dubai Desert Classic at the beginning of this year and a Volvo China Open triumph... Read More

1 year ago

Luke List Has Been Erratic as of Late

Luke List shot a one-under par at the Travelers Championship, missing the cut on the number. The 33-year-old journeyman has turned into a breakout player on the PGA Tour over the past year, but his recent form is slightly concerning. The main culprit for List continues to be his putting. List lost 2.077 strokes putting... Read More

1 year ago

Chez Reavie is in a Frustrating Rut

Chez Reavie shot rounds of 67 and 72 at the Travelers Championship, missing the cut on the number. Reavie had made six of seven career cuts at TPC River Highlands entering the week but could not figure out a way to get himself back to his early season form. The 36-year-old American is currently struggling... Read More

1 year ago

Ryan Moore Falters at the Travelers Championship

Coming into the week as one of the most popular DFS plays, Ryan Moore let down a large percentage of the community at the Travelers Championship. Moore shot rounds of 68 and 72 to miss the cut by two strokes. Moore's history at TPC River Highlands mixed with his ideal statistical form for the course... Read More

1 year ago


Luke List Disappoints at the U.S. Open

After missed cuts at the U.S. Open in 2003, 2005 and 2007, Luke List had to wait 11 years to get another crack at the event. Unfortunately, the 53rd-ranked golfer in the world failed to make the most of his opportunity. Thursday's opening round of five-over par was a bit misleading. List spent most of... Read More

1 year ago

Emiliano Grillo Has Shown Good Pete Dye Play in the Past

The Travelers Championship is contested at TPC River Highlands, a Pete Dye-designed course. Pete Dye courses are known to be demanding and challenging, but the young Argentinian golfer Emiliano Grillo has found success at these designs early in his career. In Grillo's 17 rounds played previously on Pete Dye-designed courses, he ranks second in ball... Read More

1 year ago

Ryan Moore is a Trendy Sleeper at TPC River Highlands

The former NCAA individual winner at UNLV, Ryan Moore comes into the week as a real contender to capture the Travelers Championship title. In his last three appearances at TPC River Highlands, Moore has provided a T17, T5 and T7 finish. If those results weren't gaudy enough, the 35-year-old comes into the week with some... Read More

1 year ago

Bryson DeChambeau Records a Top-25 At Shinnecock Hills

The 22nd-ranked player in the world, Bryson DeChambeau, kept up his pristine form at last week's U.S. Open. DeChambeau, who was in his fourth career U.S. Open appearance, recorded his second career top-25 at the event. The 24-year-old American finished eighth in strokes gained off the tee, 12th in strokes gained-putting and 12th in average... Read More

1 year ago

Ollie Schniederjans Hopes to Regain Early-Season Form

Ollie Schniederjans shot back-to-back rounds of 76 on Thursday and Friday to miss the cut at last week's U.S. Open. Schniederjans struggled for the two days with his long game, dropping 2.588 strokes tee to green to the field. The missed cut broke a nine-tournament cut streak that Schniederjans had coming into Shinnecock Hills. Despite... Read More

1 year ago


Si Woo Kim is a Pete Dye Specialist

After the missed cut last week at the U.S. Open, Si Woo Kim will look to get back on track this weekend at the Travelers Championship. The Travelers Championship is contested at TPC River Highlands, a Pete Dye-designed course. In Kim's career, he has played seven tournaments where all four of the rounds were held... Read More

1 year ago

Chez Reavie Misses U.S. Open Cut

Chez Reavie shot rounds of 75 and 74 at the U.S. Open, finishing at nine-over par and missing the cut on the number. The 50th-ranked golfer in the world has now failed to make two of his four career U.S. Open cuts. This week, Reavie will look to bounce back at the Travelers Championship, a... Read More

1 year ago

Jason Dufner Posts Another Top-25 at the U.S. Open

Jason Dufner fired rounds of 70,74,79 and 69 at the U.S. Open, finishing in a share of 25th place. Dufner was right in the thick of things on Thursday. His even-par 70 placed him in fifth place at the end of the round, one shot back of the four-way tie for first place. Dufner's four-over... Read More

1 year ago

Cameron Smith Struggles During U.S. Open

Cameron Smith continued his poor form at the U.S. Open this week, shooting rounds of 79 and 72, respectively. For Smith, the missed cut marks the fourth consecutive cut he has failed to make on the PGA Tour, which has been propelled mostly by his bad first-round play. In his last four tournaments, Smith has... Read More

1 year ago

HaoTong Li Grinds Out a Top-20 Finish at the U.S. Open

HaoTong Li is having a breakthrough season on both the PGA and European Tour. Li hasn't found himself having tons of success week in and week out, but when he does have notable showings, it has been during prominent events. Li won the Dubai Desert Classic in January and posted a solid T32 at this... Read More

1 year ago


Kyle Stanley Once Again Disappoints in a Major

Kyle Stanley shot rounds of 75 and 79 for a two-day total of 14-over par. With the missed cut at Shinnecock Hills, Stanley is now only 5-for-14 lifetime in cuts made in Majors. It is a perplexing stat for a player that ranks near or at the top of the ball striking leaders yearly. Shinnecock... Read More

1 year ago

Adam Hadwin's Cuts Made Streak Ends in Complete Combustion

Adam Hadwin came into the week tied with Dustin Johnson for the most consecutive cuts made on tour, but it didn't take long into Thursday's round to realize that Hadwin was not going to be extending his streak from 19 to 20 in a row. Hadwin made a complete mess of his opening-round, shooting a... Read More

1 year ago

Dylan Frittelli's First U.S. Open Doesn't Go As Planned

Dylan Frittelli severely struggled during his first ever U.S. Open. Frittelli shot rounds of 78 and 80 en route to a missed cut appearance at Shinnecock Hills. Frittelli came into the week as an under the radar golfer who had some sleeper buzz attached to his name, but like so many weeks tend to turn... Read More

1 year ago

Satoshi Kodaira Misses U.S. Open Cut

Satoshi Kodaira missed the cut at the U.S. Open after shooting rounds of 81 and 77. Kodaira, who was making his second career U.S. Open appearance, was not able to build off of last year's T46 at Erin Hills. Kodaira opened Thursday with a triple-bogey on his first hole and was never able to get... Read More

1 year ago

Luke List to Make First U.S. Open Appearance Since 2007

Many people often confuse Luke List for being younger than he is. It may have something to do with his baby face, but it also has a lot to do with his sudden arrival on the golf scene in the last year. At 33 years old, List is not some up-and-coming young prodigy, he is... Read More

1 year ago


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