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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 170 articles so far, you can find them below.

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PGA DFS: Vegas Report - Travelers Championship

Welcome back to the PGA DFS: Vegas Report. Gary Woodland captured the first major title of his career at Pebble Beach, outlasting Brooks Koepka and Justin Rose on Sunday with a final round 69. Woodland erred on the side of caution throughout most of the round, consistently pulling out three-woods and long irons off the... Read More

6 months ago

Adam Scott Brings Momentum To Pebble Beach

It was just a year ago that Adam Scott's streak of consecutive majors was in jeopardy at Shinnecock Hills' version of the U.S. Open, but the Aussie was able to qualify in his last event before the tournament. Fast forward to Pebble Beach, and those days seem to be far behind him. Scott has jumped... Read More

6 months ago

Bryson DeChambeau Has Been Inconsistent

Bryson DeChambeau enters this year's U.S. Open off of his best result in three months at the Memorial a few weeks ago. DeChambeau's share of 22nd place in Ohio was his first top-25 finish since the Players Championship in March. In four career attempts at the U.S. Open, the ninth-ranked player in the world has... Read More

6 months ago

Xander Schauffele Looks To Capture First Major Title

Xander Schauffele is interesting for a few reasons this weekend at Pebble Beach. For starters, we are not so sure you can directly classify him into any specific category. He is good with his irons, excellent off the tee, and the 25-year-old has already displayed a killer instinct during his four career PGA Tour victories.... Read More

6 months ago

Jason Day Has Struggled Recently At The U.S. Open.

After three straight top-nine results from 2014 to 2016, Jason Day has missed his previous two U.S. Open cuts. The Aussie enters the event with some uncertainty this season, which includes hiring Tiger Woods' old caddie Steve Williams to tend his bag this weekend at Pebble Beach. Day expressed how he has "severely underachieved throughout... Read More

6 months ago

Has Hideki Matsuyama Found Something With His Putter?

Hideki Matsuyama has historically done his best work on Poa Annua greens, and the Japanese sensation enters Pebble Beach having earned strokes putting in four of his last five events. The 29th-ranked player in the world has also made his previous 25 cuts and produced 12 straight top-35 finishes. Matsuyama has reached the point where... Read More

6 months ago

Jon Rahm Is Projected To Be Lightly Owned

Jon Rahm's ownership projection usually runs about as hot and cold as his demeanor, and this week is no different with the Spaniard projected to be the lowest owned option of players priced at $8,500 or above. Rahm's past two results at U.S. Open venues hasn't done much to help convince DFS players to take... Read More

6 months ago

Justin Thomas Has Strong Finish At Canadian Open

Justin Thomas concluded his stop in Canada with a share of 20th place after shooting rounds of 65, 69 and 69 during the final three days. Thomas, who just recently returned from a wrist injury, looks to be settling back into form and will look to continue his momentum at Pebble Beach. The American is... Read More

6 months ago

Jordan Spieth Continues Climb At U.S. Open

It has been a long year for Jordan Spieth, but the American is finally starting to regain the same form that made him a winner 14 times around the world. The 28th-ranked player in the world has provided three straight top-eight results and enters Pebble Beach as a past champion at not only the venue... Read More

6 months ago

Tommy Fleetwood Looks For First PGA Tour Title

We have always thought that the Open Championship would be the most likely major for Tommy Fleetwood to win because of the types of venues and conditions that those courses see, but Pebble Beach keeps the U.S. Open's mentality of being a problematic layout while adding in the prototypical game requirements that we would expect... Read More

6 months ago

Rory McIlroy Rides Momentum Into California

Can we put to bed the rumors of Rory McIlroy not being able to close now? The Irishman fired a nine-under 61 during the final round of the RBC Canadian Open to capture his 16th career PGA Tour victory. After winning by seven shots, McIlroy has now impressively won 25 percent of his titles by... Read More

6 months ago

Can Dustin Johnson Capture His Second Major?

Dustin Johnson has to break through at some point for his second major title, right? If you are in that camp of believing the big-hitting American is due to enter the winner's circle again, you are going to have to pay a hefty price for him on DFS sites. The highest priced player on DraftKings... Read More

6 months ago

PGA DFS: Vegas Report - U.S. Open

Welcome back to the PGA DFS: Vegas Report. Rory McIlroy steamrolled the field on Sunday at the RBC Canadian Open, shooting a final round 61 to claim his 16th career PGA Tour victory. McIlroy has been impressive throughout his career, winning 25 percent of his titles by seven or more strokes, but the one issue... Read More

6 months ago

2019 U.S. Open - PGA DFS Tournament Preview

Hello RotoBallers! In our ongoing attempt to expand and improve our PGA coverage, we will be dropping a 'Tournament Preview' for some of the most significant events on the PGA Tour schedule. This week, we're diving into the third major championship of the year, providing you a headstart on your PGA Championship research. If you... Read More

6 months ago

PGA DFS: Vegas Report - RBC Canadian Open

Welcome back to the PGA DFS: Vegas Report. Patrick Cantlay captured his second career title at the Memorial, shooting a final round eight-under 64 to eclipse Adam Scott by two shots. Cantlay had been knocking on the door recently with seven top-10 performances in his last 12 events, so it shouldn't come as much of... Read More

6 months ago

What Should We Expect From Justin Thomas?

Justin Thomas remains the most significant question mark in the room. Is Thomas underpriced after last week's missed cut at the Memorial? Or is the American unplayable as he deals with his comeback after his wrist injury? The sixth-ranked player in the world always needs to be considered when he is priced at $10,000 on... Read More

6 months ago

Sergio Garcia Is Worth A Second Look

Sergio Garcia has seen his ownership projection steadily increase throughout the week, but the Spaniard is still projected to be slightly under 15 percent owned and carries immense upside at the RBC Canadian Open. In Garcia's last 50 rounds compared to the field, he ranks fifth in strokes gained approach, eighth in ball striking and... Read More

6 months ago

Rory McIlroy Has Potential To Bounce Back In Canada

After last week's missed cut at the Memorial, Rory McIlroy could end up being the forgotten member of the big three. Outside of his failed adventures at Muirfield, the fourth-ranked player in the world has posted nine top-nine results in his other 10 events and might be able to take advantage of Hamilton's greens if... Read More

6 months ago

Can Dustin Johnson Defend Title?

Last year's champion at this event, Dustin Johnson made some headlines on Monday after announcing he had split with his swing coach Claude Harmon. It is difficult to pinpoint what exactly this will mean for his prospects in Canada, but it is noteworthy news to consider. The American has posted three straight top-eight results at... Read More

6 months ago

PGA DFS DraftKings Picks: RBC Canadian Open

Welcome back RotoBallers! Patrick Cantlay captured his second career title at the Memorial, shooting a final round eight-under 64 to eclipse Adam Scott by two shots. Cantlay had been knocking on the door recently with seven top-10 performances in his last 12 events, so it shouldn't come as much of a surprise that the now... Read More

6 months ago

Jason Day Hasn't Found Muirfield Village To Be Home

Jason Day, who is a Columbus, Ohio resident, will tee it up this weekend at the Memorial Tournament. Muirfield Village is located in Dublin, Ohio, which is a suburb of Columbus. In 10 career appearance at the event, the Aussie has posted just one top-25 finish and three missed cuts. Day's game seems like it... Read More

6 months ago

Bryson DeChambeau Set To Defend Title

It has been rough few months for Bryson DeChambeau, who has failed to post a top-15 result since the Genesis Open in February. During his poor stretch of golf, the American has struggled almost equally across the board. His driver has failed him in some spots, his irons in others and his putter has been... Read More

6 months ago

Jordan Spieth Looks To Keep Momentum Rolling

Jordan Spieth posted his second consecutive top-10 showing last weekend at the Charles Schwab, concluding the event in a share of eighth place. Spieth flirted with winning the tournament, but a final round two-over 72 plummeted him down the leaderboard. While these past few results are encouraging for things moving forward, it must be noted... Read More

6 months ago

Adam Scott Brings Form To Muirfield Village

We always prefer to target Adam Scott on Poa greens, but Muirfield Villages' wide fairways have made it difficult for us to ignore the 27th-ranked player in the world. Since struggling to make the U.S. Open last season because of his ranking, Scott has been a changed golfer in his past 14 events. Two top-10... Read More

6 months ago

Xander Schauffele Is The Most Underrated Player In Ohio

Xander Schauffele enters the Memorial as the least talked about superstar in the field. Golf analysts have failed to mention his name during broadcasts, and the DFS community appears to be uninterested - even though his price tag and ownership projection should be considered a bargain. All of this seems rather shocking to us when... Read More

6 months ago

Justin Thomas Set To Make Return

After missing a handful of events - most notably the PGA Championship - Justin Thomas is set to tee it up this weekend in Ohio at the Memorial. A nagging right-wrist injury has been plaguing the American recently, but he claims to be all healed up and ready to go. Injuries can be debilitating both... Read More

6 months ago

Rory McIlroy Enters The Memorial As The Favorite

Rory McIlroy will be back in action for the first time since his backdoor top-10 finish at the PGA Championship. McIlroy has been solid at the Memorial in the past, posting three consecutive top-15 results, but his form in 2019 suggests that there is another win lurking around the corner. The fourth-ranked player in the... Read More

6 months ago

RotoBaller PGA: One And Done Staff Picks - Memorial

Here at RotoBaller, we are always searching for ways to give our readers the best fantasy sports content possible. With that goal in mind, we are very proud to announce the addition of a weekly PGA “One and Done” column. In this feature, our golf staff of Joe Nicely, Spencer Aguiar and Gianni Magliocco will... Read More

6 months ago

PGA DFS: Vegas Report - Memorial

Welcome back to the PGA DFS: Vegas Report. Kevin Na shot a 13-under par at the Charles Schwab Challenge, outlasting second-place finisher Tony Finau by four shots. Na has experienced a handful of ups and downs throughout his career, but his victory in Texas will hopefully help to get the American more admiration throughout the... Read More

6 months ago

Colonial Country Club Is A Good Fit For Chez Reavie

Chez Reavie rolls into the Charles Schwab Challenge off of a share of 14th place during last week's PGA Championship. Typically, we would discredit a result if we saw a golfer gain 7.1 strokes putting in the previous event. That is not a sustainable total, and we should expect to see some regression to the... Read More

7 months ago

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