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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.

Ollie Schniederjans Has Quietly Been Consistent

Ollie Schniederjans has impressively put together eight consecutive made cuts on the PGA Tour, albeit none have produced a top-30 finish. This week, Schniederjans will look to continue his cuts-made streak at the Memorial Tournament and hopefully put himself into a better contending position. The 24-year-old American golfer has played 14 total rounds at Jack... Read More

1 year ago

Can Jason Dufner Defend His Title at Memorial?

Jason Dufner put on a ball-striking exhibition last year during his victory at the Memorial Tournament. Dufner opened Thursday and Friday with consecutive seven-under 65 rounds. Going into the weekend, it appeared as if the tournament was all but over, but that is when things got interesting. Dufner shot a five-over 77 on Saturday, letting... Read More

1 year ago

Si Woo Kim Has an Up-and-Down Week

Si Woo Kim had an even-par finish at the Fort Worth Invitational, finishing in a share of 66th place. With the made cut, Kim has now made 15 of 18 cuts on the season, including his last six in a row. It is an impressive turnaround for Kim, who only made 56 percent of his... Read More

1 year ago

Satoshi Kodaira Falters Over the Weekend

Satoshi Kodaira entered his round on Saturday in a share of third place and only three shots back of the overnight leader Justin Rose. Unfortunately, Kodaira shot a 71 and 70 on the weekend, dropping him to a T20 finish. The 20th-place finish is Kodaira's second best result during his PGA Tour career, behind only... Read More

1 year ago

Kyle Stanley Has Had Success at the Memorial Tournament

Since 2013, Kyle Stanley has made all three of his cuts at Muirfield Village Golf Club, which includes a T6 last season and a solo third-place finish in 2013. Muirfield Village requires ball-striking expertise, which luckily for Stanley is his forte. The 30-year-old American golfer is currently ranked fifth on tour in ball-striking, a stat... Read More

1 year ago

Adam Hadwin Has Made 18 Consecutive Cuts

Adam Hadwin is currently leading the tour with 18 consecutive cuts made in a row, one ahead of Jason Day and Dustin Johnson. While DFS gamers are happy that Hadwin didn't end up missing the cut at the Fort Worth Invitational, he also didn't help to add much to the week. As one of the... Read More

1 year ago

Thomas Pieters Snaps at the BMW PGA Championship

The 26-year-old Belgian golfer, Thomas Pieters, has become notorious for his poor temperament on the golf course. Last weekend at the BMW PGA Championship, Pieters once again displayed his short fuse. On the par-five fourth hole, Pieters took a hack at his second shot from the rough. Clearly displeased with the outcome, Pieters took his... Read More

1 year ago

Dylan Frittelli Misses the Cut at the BMW PGA Championship

Dylan Frittelli shot an even-par two rounds of golf at the BMW PGA Championship, missing the cut on the number. Frittelli, who has been sharing his time on both the PGA Tour and European Tour, has failed to find success recently on either. The missed cut marks the second consecutive missed cut for Frittelli. Earlier... Read More

1 year ago

HaoTong Li Provides Another Feeble Finish

HaoTong Li has not found it easy to reproduce the groundbreaking victory he had at the Dubai Desert Classic in January. It has been eight tournaments since that astounding victory, and Li has failed to produce a top 30 finish in that time span. This week at the BMW PGA Championship, Li found himself in... Read More

1 year ago

Chez Reavie Dissapoints at the Fort Worth Invitational

Chez Reavie appeared to be a seamless fit for Colonial Country Club. Unfortunately, statistics and actual results do not always coincide. Reavie shot a four-over par, missing the cut by two strokes. His disappointing effort resulted in his third missed cut in his last six events. A lot of Reavie's recent struggles have been blamed... Read More

1 year ago

Second Try Still Not a Charm For Cameron Smith at Colonial

Cameron Smith missed the cut at Colonial Country Club for the second straight year. Smith followed in last year's footsteps and eliminated himself from contention on Thursday. His opening-round nine-over 79 was disastrous in all facets. Smith finished with no birdies, six bogeys, and one triple-bogey. His Friday round of four-over 74 was not all... Read More

1 year ago

Satoshi Kodaira Makes History at Colonial Country Club

Satoshi Kodaira during his opening round four-under 66 on Thursday, carded just the second double-eagle in Colonial history. Kodaira holed out from 234-yards on the par-five first hole. Kodaira, who captured his first win on the PGA Tour in April at the RBC Heritage, hopes to make the Fort Worth Invitational even more memorable by... Read More

1 year ago

Emiliano Grillo is Lurking at the Fort Worth Invitational

Emiliano Grillo has placed himself in striking distance at the Fort Worth Invitational. After a superb six-under 64 on Thursday, Grillo followed up on Friday with a three-under 67. At nine-under par, Grillo trails Justin Rose by just one shot and is in solo second place. Grillo ranks first in the field this week in... Read More

1 year ago

Emiliano Grillo Will Be a Popular Choice at the Fort Worth Invitational

Emiliano Grillo is going to be one of the most popular players this week at the Fort Worth Invitational. In reality, DraftKings did the DFS community a service placing Grillo at $8,600 and not somewhere in the $7,000 range. Even at his high $8,600 price tag, Grillo is looking like he will be at about... Read More

1 year ago

Bryson DeChambeau Hopes to Continue His Scorching Form

Bryson DeChambeau rolls into the Fort Worth Invitational as one of the hottest golfers in the world. DeChambeau has made eight consecutive cuts, which includes four top-five finishes. The most impressive part of his game has been the fact that he has managed to gain strokes in pretty much all departments. Golf's mad scientist has... Read More

1 year ago

Adam Scott Posts a Top-10 Finish at the Byron Nelson

Adam Scott shot a 15-under par at the AT&T Byron Nelson, finishing in a share of ninth place. Scott, who is trying to get into the U.S. Open, needed to get into the top 60 of the Official Golf World Rankings to secure his spot. Unfortunately for Scott, he just missed and is currently ranked... Read More

1 year ago

Adam Hadwin Leads the Tour in Consecutive Cuts Made

Adam Hadwin, who is tied for the most consecutive made cuts on the PGA Tour with 17 in a row, will look to not only add to that total but potentially pick up his second career win this week at the Fort Worth Invitational. Hadwin comes into the week egregiously mispriced on DraftKings compared to... Read More

1 year ago

Chez Reavie Should Find Colonial Country Club Fits His Game

After Chez Reavie's back-to-back second-place finishes at the Waste Management Open and AT&T Pro-Am earlier this season, he hit a wall with five straight finishes outside of the top 50. Two weeks ago, Reavie managed to break out of his drought, finishing in a tie for 30th at the Players Championship. While this is nothing... Read More

1 year ago

Cameron Smith Gives Colonial Country Club a Second Try

After Cameron Smith's blistering start to begin the season, he has slightly regressed in all facets the past couple of weeks. In his last two starts, he has a missed cut and a T32 finish. The sample size is too short to take any real notice of potential slipping in Smith's game, but there are... Read More

1 year ago

Jason Dufner Hopes to Build Off Recent Success

After not posting a top-10 finish since his win at the Memorial in June 2017, Dufner has provided two top-five results in his last three tournaments. This includes a second-place finish at the Zurich Classic team event and a share of fifth at The Players Championship. Dufner will hope to continue his recent upswing this... Read More

1 year ago

Si Woo Kim Has Made Five Consecutive Cuts

Si Woo Kim, the 22-year-old South Korean golfer and 42nd-ranked player in the world, has been steadily turning his consistency around recently. Kim only made 14-of-25 cuts during the 2017 season but has already matched his made cut total of 14 so far in 2018, making 14-of-17 cuts, including his last five in a row.... Read More

1 year ago

Satoshi Kodaira Misses the Cut at The AT&T Byron Nelson

Satoshi Kodaira shot a two-over par at the AT&T Byron Nelson, missing the cut by six strokes. Since Kodaira's win at the RBC Heritage in April, he has missed two consecutive PGA Tour cuts. Kodaira's around the green game has been putrid for weeks, and it doesn't appear to be turning around anytime soon. Kodaira... Read More

1 year ago

Adam Scott's Putter Didn't Anchor His Success at The Players

Adam Scott finished at 11-under par at the Players Championship last weekend, which was good for a share of 11th place. Scott, who ranks 168th on tour in strokes gained putting, managed to gain 2.362 strokes with his putter at the Players. Scott and strokes gained putting is not something we have grown accustomed to... Read More

1 year ago

Jason Dufner Posts a Top-Five Finish at The Players Championship

Jason Dufner finished at 13-under par during the Players Championship, giving him a share of fifth place. Dufner produced rounds of 72, 69 and 66 before delivering a Sunday 68. His four-under par Sunday performance was impressive, but in reality it could have been even better. Dufner had a plethora of makeable birdie looks down... Read More

1 year ago

Si Woo Kim Starts Strong But Sputters Late at The Players

After Thursday's round of five-under 67, Si Woo Kim had visions of becoming the Players Championship's first back-to-back winner. Unfortunately for Kim, he spiraled in the wrong direction over his next three rounds, finishing with a 72, 74 and 72. Thursday's round of 67 for Kim marked the lowest opening round by a defending champion... Read More

1 year ago

Satoshi Kodaira Enters the Byron Nelson as the Sixth Highest Ranked Golfer in the Field

Satoshi Kodaira shot a three-over par at the Players Championship last weekend, missing the cut by four strokes. Kodaira will take his game to the AT&T Byron Nelson this week. Kodaira, who is the 29th-ranked player in the world, comes into the tournament as the sixth highest ranked player in the field. The best way... Read More

1 year ago

Adam Hadwin's Cuts-Made Streak Continues

Adam Hadwin shot a four-under par during the Players Championship, which was good for a T57 finish. With the made cut, Hadwin is now up to 17 consecutive made cuts on the PGA Tour. During the 17-tournament stretch, Hadwin has had nine top-25 finishes, which includes three top-10s. Hadwin is becoming one of the most... Read More

1 year ago

Chez Reavie Withdraws From the Bryon Nelson

There was no reason given for the withdrawal, but Chez Reavie has withdrawn from this weekend's event. Reavie came T30 at last week's Players Championship, his first top-50 result in his last six tournaments. He gained 7.694 strokes putting at The Players, moving him from 134th to 79th on the season. Reavie's real strength though... Read More

2 years ago

Kyle Stanley Continually Seems to Miss Cuts at Big Events

Kyle Stanley has had the propensity to miss cuts during notable events in his career and this week was no different. The Players Championship is considered the unofficial "fifth major," and in typical significant tournament fashion, Stanley missed the cut. In the four official majors, Stanley is only 5-for-13 lifetime in cuts made. It is... Read More

2 years ago

Cameron Smith Dissapoints at The Players Championship

Cameron Smith shot a seven-over par at TPC Sawgrass, missing the cut by eight strokes. Smith, who came into the tournament with some lofty expectations, once again faltered and is now 0-for-2 in his career at The Players Championship. The 24-year-old Austrailian golfer feels like an ideal fit for the course but for whatever reason... Read More

2 years ago

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