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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 999 articles so far, you can find them below.

Chez Reavie Makes His First Masters Cut

The fourth try happened to be the charm for Chez Reavie at the Masters. Reavie shot a 76, 71, 75 and 76 to finish at 10-over. His 53rd-place finish, unfortunately, resulted in last place out of all golfers who made the cut. This is the fifth straight tournament that Reavie has lost strokes around the... Read More

2 years ago

Erratic Temperament Gets the Best Of Thomas Pieters at the Masters

Thomas Pieters combined to shoot a plus-seven on Thursday and Friday to miss the 2018 Masters cut. Often riddled with temperament issues, Pieters put that well on display towards the end of his round on Friday. After a missed putt on 17, Pieters chucked his putter in frustration. On 18 he pulled his drive horribly... Read More

2 years ago

Kyle Stanley Makes the Cut but Still Disappoints

Kyle Stanley is now 5-for-13 for made cuts in majors. His plus-nine resulted in a 52nd-place finish. Stanley just could not quite get things going throughout the four days. His four rounds resulted in only seven birdies total and led to a dismal display for DFS purposes. His T39 at the 2012 Open Championship is... Read More

2 years ago

HaoTong Li Impresses in First Masters Appearance

HaoTong Li may not have kept the correlation between winning the Dubai Desert Classic and Masters alive, but he represented himself nicely by shooting a plus-one (tied for 32nd). For a short time on Thursday, Li saw himself in first place after he birdied the 16th hole to get to four-under. Unfortunately, his Friday did... Read More

2 years ago

Si Woo Kim Brings a Boom-Or-Bust Mentality

There are very few players on tour that are more erratic than Si Woo Kim. The 22-year-old South Korean won the 2017 Players Championship and proceeded to follow that up with four out of five missed cuts. For what it is worth, his one made cut in that stretch was a T13 at the 2017... Read More

2 years ago

Jason Dufner is a Five-Star Boss

Anyone else enjoying Jason Dufner’s vast ensemble of hats he rolls out weekly? Sadly, his golf game hasn’t been up to par for us to be able to get more glimpses of him on the course. This will be Dufner’s eighth trip to Augusta National. He has seen middling success in his prior seven attempts,... Read More

2 years ago

Chez Reavie Looks to Break Masters Curse

Chez Reavie enters the 2018 Masters having missed the cut in his three other appearances in 2002, 2009 and 2012. Reavie was on a torrid pace, which started at the 2017 St. Jude Classic and lasted all the way into the AT&T Pro-Am of 2018. Through a 19-tournament stretch, Reavie produced 17 top-40 finishes, including... Read More

2 years ago

Dylan Frittelli to Make Masters Debut Appearance

One of the European Tour’s brightest new stars will get his first crack at the Masters. Only three men have ever won the Masters in their first try, with the last being Fuzzy Zoeller in 1979. Dylan Frittelli brings a unique blend of U.S. experience, having studied at The University of Texas, but also adds... Read More

2 years ago

Satoshi Kodaira Will Complete his Grand-Slam Debuts Here at Augusta

The last major can finally be crossed off the list for 28-year-old Satoshi Kodaira. He finished tied for 46th in last year's U.S. Open and T48 in last season's PGA Championship. His other two major appearances had come at The Open championship, where he missed the cut both times. U.S. soil has not been friendly... Read More

2 years ago

Long-Hitting Thomas Pieters Brings a Mixed Bag of Expectations

As far as Masters debuts go, Thomas Pieters' T4 last year is just about as good as it gets. He followed that up with a fourth-place finish at the WGC-Bridgestone. Unfortunately, those happened to be his only top-10 finishes of the PGA season. The rest of the season was marred with erratic results and quite... Read More

2 years ago

Cameron Smith Will Look to Use His Short Game as a Catalyst for Masters Success

Cameron Smith will get his second chance to take on Augusta after finishing tied for 55th in his only other appearance in 2016. Smith is by no means short off of the tee but he won’t be confused for one of the bombers either. He will look to use his immaculate short game to get... Read More

2 years ago

Kyle Stanley Will Try to Ignore Major Championship Demons

Kyle Stanley is one of the game's elite ball-strikers, but for whatever reason this has not translated into Major championship success. His only performance at the Masters resulted in a missed cut in 2012. In fact, Stanley throughout all majors is only 4-for-12 in made cuts and he doesn’t have better than a T39 to... Read More

2 years ago

Adam Hadwin Hopes to Build From Inaugural 2017 Masters Performance

Adam Hadwin got his first taste of Augusta last year, finishing tied for 36th. Thursday through Saturday provided a bit more helter skelter than he would have liked, shooting a 75-74-75, but he wrapped up Sunday with a nice, clean 70 to propel himself up the leaderboard. While Hadwin doesn’t have the distance off the... Read More

2 years ago

HaoTong Li Looks to Follow in the Footsteps of Danny Willet and Sergio Garcia

The Dubai Desert Classic has proven to be an indicator for Masters success. Danny Willet captured both titles in 2016 and Sergio Garcia did the same in 2017. Since his win in January, though, Li has done nothing but go the opposite direction. He has failed to produce a top-50 in his last five starts,... Read More

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