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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 1025 articles so far, you can find them below.


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

2 years 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

2 years 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

2 years 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

2 years 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

2 years 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

2 years 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

HaoTong Li Implodes During The Players Championship

HaoTong Li finished at 12-over par Thursday and Friday, missing the cut by an astonishing 13 strokes. Li's performance was so brutal that he failed to beat any golfer who managed to complete two rounds of golf. Li lost negative -5.428 strokes on his approach shots and negative -4.958 putting. In total, Li lost 12.713... Read More

2 years ago


Cameron Smith is Having a Career Year

Cameron Smith will make his second career start at the Players Championship this week. Smith failed to make the cut at TPC Sawgrass in his debut last season. The 24-year-old Australian golfer is quietly having one of the best seasons on tour. He has produced five top-10 finishes, which includes a T5 at this year's... Read More

2 years ago

Si Woo Kim Will Try to Defend His Title at The Players

Si Woo Kim shocked the golf world last season when he took home The Players Championship title. Kim finished at 10-under par, three strokes ahead of second-place finisher Ian Poulter. Kim, who came into the 2017 Players at odds of 400/1, will enter the tournament this year at odds of 100/1. Kim's first PGA Tour... Read More

2 years ago

Jason Dufner Still Can't Find His Form

Jason Dufner shot a one-over par last weekend at the Wells Fargo Championship, tying him for 42nd place. In his previous five stroke-play events before the Wells Fargo Championship, Dufner had missed three cuts and did not have a finish better than T55. The made cut is undoubtedly a step in the right direction, but... Read More

2 years ago

Satoshi Kodaira Will Compete in His First Players Championship

The 27th-ranked player in the world, Satoshi Kodaira, will make his first PGA Tour start since his breakthrough RBC Heritage victory. Kodaira, who has a Japanese Tour start since his RBC win, finished T32 in his home country's tournament two weeks ago. Kodaira's win at the RBC Heritage came out of left field, even though... Read More

2 years ago

Chez Reavie Returns to Action at The Players Championship

Chez Reavie is set to return to action this week at The Players Championship. Reavie, who partnered with Lucas Glover at the Zurich Classic team event, is making his first solo start since his 53rd-place finish at the Masters. In his last five solo stroke-play events, Reavie has not recorded a top-50 result. Since 2013,... Read More

2 years ago


Kyle Stanley Has a Strong Showing Last Weekend

Kyle Stanley finished at four-under par this weekend at the Wells Fargo Championship, tying him for 13th place. Stanley, who had been struggling with his ball striking coming into the tournament, did a fantastic job of finding his rhythm once again. He finished in the top 25 in both strokes gained off the tee and... Read More

2 years ago

Adam Hadwin Extends His Cuts-Made Streak

Adam Hadwin shot a three-under par at the Wells Fargo Championship, which was good for a T16 finish. With the made cut, Hadwin is now up to 16 consecutive made cuts on the PGA Tour. The 30-year-old Hadwin seems to have molded himself into a younger version of Matt Kuchar, with quality finishes and big... Read More

2 years ago

Dylan Frittelli Misses the Cut at the Wells Fargo Championship

Dylan Frittelli shot a five-over par at the Wells Fargo Championship, missing the cut by two strokes. Frittelli came into the week as one of the deep sleepers to look out for, so his missed cut was a little surprising, even at his cheap $7,100 price tag on DraftKings. Frittelli put his back against the... Read More

2 years ago

HaoTong Li Set to Make Rare PGA Tour Start at TPC Sawgrass

HaoTong Li, who plays primarily overseas on the European Tour, will make one of his very limited PGA Tour stops this week at the Players Championship. Since Li's win at the Dubai Desert Classic in late January, he has made six of his last seven cuts but doesn't have a top-30 performance to show for... Read More

2 years ago

Justin Thomas Returns to Quail Hollow, Eyes World No. 1 Ranking

They say nothing beats your first time. Eight months ago during the 2017 PGA Championship, the then 24-year-old Justin Thomas won his first and so far only major here at Quail Hollow. Thomas, who is now 25 years old, has a chance to add another first-time experience at Quail Hollow during this week's Wells Fargo... Read More

2 years ago


Alex Noren Hopes to Rebound After Poor Masters Showing

Alex Noren will tee it up for the first time since his failed Masters performance. Noren shot a nine-over par, missing the cut by four strokes. The 35-year-old Noren has nine wins on the European Tour but has yet to capture his first win on the PGA Tour. Noren, who is the 17th-ranked player in... Read More

2 years ago

Jason Day Returns to Quail Hollow After Epic 2017 Blowup

Jason Day finished in a tie for ninth during the 2017 PGA Championship held at Quail Hollow. While a top-10 finish at a major is never anything to sneeze at, some results still sting slightly more than others. Having just bogeyed the 17th hole during his Saturday round, Day entered the par-four 18th hole only... Read More

2 years ago

Adam Hadwin Will Return to Action at the Wells Fargo Championship

Adam Hadwin, who pulled out of the RBC Heritage due to personal reasons, will tee it up for the first time since the Masters. The Wells Fargo Championship on paper doesn't feel like the best natural setup for Hadwin, but he has had success at longer courses in his career, albeit never here at Quail... Read More

2 years ago

Kyle Stanley is One of the Best Ball-Strikers on Tour

The 48th-ranked golfer in the world, Kyle Stanley, will make his first appearance since his 52nd-place finish at the 2018 Masters. Stanley, who is one of the best ball-strikers on tour, comes into this event struggling with his current ball-striking skills. In his last 24 rounds compared to the field, Stanley only ranks 54th in... Read More

2 years ago

Dylan Frittelli is Starting to Show Some PGA Tour Consistency

Dylan Frittelli comes into the Wells Fargo Championship with two straight top-35 performances on the PGA Tour. His T32 at the RBC Heritage and T20 at the Valero Texas Open had one major thing in common: dominance off the tee. Frittelli gained 6.060 strokes off the tee, good for first overall at the RBC Heritage.... Read More

2 years ago


Jordan Spieth and Ryan Palmer Miss the Cut at the Zurich Classic

Jordan Spieth and Ryan Palmer entered the 2018 Zurich Classic hoping to exceed last year's T5 finish, in the inaugural New Orleans team event. What they got instead was a nightmare finish, spurned on by an imploding Jordan Spieth. The team of Spieth and Palmer entered the 17th hole on Friday at eight-under par and... Read More

2 years ago

Matt Kuchar and Bubba Watson Deliver a Slap-Happy Performance in New Orleans

Matt Kuchar and Bubba Watson disappointed many this weekend shooting an 11-under par, which was good for a T28 finish. The tandem entered the week as one of the favorites to take home the title but could not get anything going all weekend long. Not only did Kuchar and Watson fail to be the one-two... Read More

2 years ago

Chez Reavie and Lucas Glover Lead After Day One, Fade During the Weekend

Chez Reavie and Lucas Glover started Thursday on a blistering pace at the Zurich Classic. The tandem shot a 12-under par 60 during the opening round four-ball portion of the event, placing them at the top of the leaderboard. Both Reavie and Glover contributed six birdies to the scorecard. Friday's alternate shot portion of the... Read More

2 years ago

Jason Dufner and Pat Perez Come Up Just Short at the Zurich Classic

Jason Dufner and Pat Perez finished at 21-under par, just one shot behind the winning team of Scott Piercy and Billy Horschel. Dufner and Perez shot a four-day total of 66,72,61 and 68, which included a bogey-free Sunday. Dufner, who is not known for his putting prowess, kept the team alive early on Sunday with... Read More

2 years ago

Cameron Smith and Jonas Blixt Fail to Make the Cut During Their Title Defense

The title defense for the duo of Cameron Smith and Jonas Blixt did not go as they would have hoped, missing the cut by two strokes. Smith and Blixt fired an opening round seven-under 65 during the four-ball portion on Thursday but followed up that showing with a cringe-worthy four-over 76 in the alternate shot... Read More

2 years ago


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