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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.


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


Ollie Schniederjans to Make Second Career U.S. Open Start

The 24-year-old American golfer and former No. 1 amateur in the world, Ollie Schniederjans, will be making his second career U.S. Open start this week at Shinnecock Hills. In his only other U.S. Open appearance at Chambers Bay in 2015, Schniederjans had a respectable first showing, finishing in a share of 42nd place. For years,... Read More

1 year ago

Bryson DeChambeau Comes Into the U.S. Open on Fire

There may be no hotter player in the world right now than Bryson DeChambeau. The 24-year-old American golfer is coming into the U.S. Open off of a win at the Memorial Tournament and has produced three additional top-five finishes since March. In DeChambeau's last 24 rounds compared to the field, he ranks fourth in strokes... Read More

1 year ago

Si Woo Kim to Make Second Career U.S. Open Start

As far as first starts are concerned, Si Woo Kim's first U.S. Open at Erin Hills last season is about as exciting as it gets. Kim entered Sunday within striking distance of the title after shooting rounds of 69,70 and 68, placing him at nine-under par and within three shots of the lead. Unfortunately for... Read More

1 year ago

Jason Dufner Has Found Success at The U.S. Open

It is hard to call the U.S. Open Jason Dufner's favorite event on tour. That right would be reserved for the PGA Championship, a tournament where Dufner has three career top-five finishes and his only career Major at in 2013. But as far as special events are concerned for Dufner, the U.S. Open should be... Read More

1 year ago

Adam Scott Makes Caddie Change for Shinnecock Hills

A lot has been made about Adam Scott's struggle to get into the U.S. Open this year. Scott, who had been trying to qualify for his 68th consecutive Major, ended up needing Monday qualifying at the U.S. Open sectional qualifier in Columbus, Ohio, on June 4th to book his spot. Scott was lucky to qualify... Read More

1 year ago


Cameron Smith Has Had Success at Majors During His Young Career

Cameron Smith will enter the U.S. Open this week having produced two career top-five finishes at Major tournaments. What is possibly the most impressive part of that stat is that Smith has done this through just seven career tries. The 24-year-old had a T5 showing during this year's Masters and a T4 during the 2015... Read More

1 year ago

Dylan Frittelli Will Make First Career U.S. Open Start

Dylan Frittelli has participated in the Masters, Open Championship and PGA Championship. This week, Frittelli will get to cross the U.S. Open off his list and give himself appearances in all four Majors. The 61st-ranked golfer in the world comes into the week having missed two of his last three cuts, but there is still... Read More

1 year ago

Adam Hadwin Enters The U.S. Open with 19 Straight Made Cuts

Adam Hadwin leads the PGA Tour with 19 consecutive made cuts in a row, but these last couple of cuts have not been easy to obtain. During the 19 tournament stretch, Hadwin has provided nine top-25 finishes, which includes three top-10s. Recently, though, the 30-year-old Canadian golfer has had to struggle to keep his streak... Read More

1 year ago

Satoshi Kodaira to Make Second U.S. Open Start

The world's 35th-ranked player, Satoshi Kodaira, will make his second career U.S. Open start at Shinnecock Hills. Kodaira, who finished T46 during last year's U.S. Open, will try to not only top that performance but hopefully exceed his career-best Major finish of T28 during the 2018 Masters. Kodaira's ranking of 35th in the world is... Read More

1 year ago

Can Kyle Stanley Turn His Lack of Success in Majors Around?

Kyle Stanley will hope to build off of his recent T2 sudden-death playoff loss to Bryson DeChambeau at the Memorial Tournament, but this isn't the first tournament that Stanley has shown robust finishes at lately. In his last six events, the 30-year-old American golfer has produced four top-15 finishes and five cuts made. However, these... Read More

1 year ago


HaoTong Li Will Compete in His Second U.S. Open

HaoTong Li has had a hard time finding his footing since his win at the Dubai Desert Classic in January. If we are trying to find an area of positivity to point towards in the last six months, Li has only missed two cuts in his previous 10 tournaments. On the opposite side of the... Read More

1 year ago

Chez Reavie Posts a Top-10 Finish Heading Into the U.S. Open

Chez Reavie shot a seven-under par at the FedEx St. Jude Classic, finishing in a share of sixth place. Reavie had gone eight previous tournaments without a top 25 finish, so this will surely do wonders for his confidence. The 36-year-old American golfer has had five prior U.S. Open appearances, with a T16 at last... Read More

1 year ago

Can Luke List Capture His First PGA Tour Win?

Luke List has cooled off from his electric start to begin the 2018 season, but the 33-year-old American golfer appears to be rounding back into some form. List has had an unusual last five tournaments, which includes two missed cuts, two top-10s and a share of 37th place last weekend at The Memorial, but from... Read More

1 year ago

Ollie Schniederjans Withdraws From The St. Jude Classic

Ollie Schniederjans has withdrawn from this week's FedEx St. Jude Classic. Schniederjans removed his name from the list of competitors after qualifying for next week's U.S. Open via the Columbus sectional qualifier. The 24-year-old American golfer will now get himself prepared for Shinnecock Hills, which begins June 14. Schniederjans is a former No. 1 ranked... Read More

1 year ago

Adam Scott Withdraws From St. Jude Classic

The 64th-ranked golfer in the world, Adam Scott, has withdrawn from the FedEx St. Jude Classic this week. Scott, who has been a man on a mission the last two months trying to find a way into the U.S. Open, ended up qualifying for his 68th consecutive Major appearance during the Columbus U.S. Open sectional... Read More

1 year ago


Chez Reavie Enters the St. Jude Classic Sputtering

Chez Reavie ended 2017 as one of the most in-form players in the world. His start to 2018 made it appear as if the 36-year-old American golfer might never slow down. Reavie made all four starts to begin the year, which included back-to-back second-place finishes at the Waste Management Open and the AT&T Pro-Am. Unfortunately... Read More

1 year ago

Si Woo Kim Posts Another Made Cut at The Memorial

With the made cut at the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio, Si Woo Kim has now made seven consecutive cuts on the PGA Tour and 16 of 19 cuts on the season. Kim shot rounds of 71, 67, 70 and 72 at Muirfield Village, finishing at eight-under par and in a tie for 29th place.... Read More

1 year ago

Satoshi Kodaira Misses the Cut at Memorial

Satoshi Kodaira continued his roller coaster PGA Tour ride at the Memorial Tournament. Kodaira shot a three-over par, missing the cut by three strokes. Kodaira has now missed the cut in three of his last five PGA Tour events. However, in the two recent tournaments that Kodaira made the cut at, he has a win... Read More

1 year ago

Jason Dufner Struggles During Memorial Title Defense

Jason Dufner shot a four-over par during the Memorial Tournament, missing the cut by four strokes. Being the defending champion of an event always brings tons of attention to you that week, but Dufner had an even larger spotlight than most. He was paired with Tiger Woods and Justin Rose for his opening two rounds.... Read More

1 year ago

Cameron Smith Continues to Struggle

Cameron Smith shot a three-over par at the Memorial Tournament, missing the cut by three strokes. After a blistering start to begin the season, Smith has now missed three consecutive cuts on the PGA Tour. The 24-year-old Australian golfer has lost 5.96 strokes tee to green to the field, on average, in his last three... Read More

1 year ago


Bryson DeChambeau Wins The Memorial

Bryson DeChambeau picked up his second career win on the PGA Tour, winning in a three-man sudden-death playoff over Byeong Hun An and Kyle Stanley at Muirfield Village. After a sloppy bogey on the 72nd hole forced the three-man playoff, DeChambeau eventually drained an 11-foot birdie putt on the second hole of the sudden-death playoff... Read More

1 year ago

Adam Hadwin Continues to Lead PGA Tour in Consecutive Cuts Made

Adam Hadwin extended his consecutive cuts made streak to 19 in a row this weekend at the Memorial Tournament. Unfortunately, in the process, he suffered the dreaded MDF Saturday finish. Hadwin shot Thursday and Friday rounds of 74 and 70, respectively, placing him at even-par for the tournament and one shot clear of the cut... Read More

1 year ago

Kyle Stanley Loses in a Sudden-Death Playoff at The Memorial

Kyle Stanley shot rounds of 67,66,70 and 70 to get himself to 15-under par for the tournament and into the three-man sudden-death playoff with Bryson DeChambeau and Byeong Hun An at the Memorial. Stanley made a frantic dash towards the finish line on Sunday and birdied holes 14,15,16 and 17, which included a beautiful 29-foot... Read More

1 year ago

Bryson DeChambeau Holds Lead Going Into Sunday at The Memorial

Bryson DeChambeau will enter the final round at the Memorial Tournament on Sunday at the top of a congested leaderboard. DeChambeau fired a bogey-free six-under 66 on Saturday to take a one-shot lead over Patrick Cantlay, Joaquin Niemann and Kyle Stanley. Golf's mad scientist will hope to concoct a winning formula during his final round... Read More

1 year ago

Kyle Stanley Holds a Share of the Second-Round Lead at Memorial

Kyle Stanley shot rounds of five-under 67 and six-under 66 in the opening two days at Muirfield Village, giving him a share of the lead. At 11-under par, Stanley is tied with 19-year-old Joaquin Niemann. The two players hold a two-shot lead over Byeong Hun An, who is in third place. Since 2013, Stanley has... Read More

1 year ago


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