Roberto Arguello

393 Posts
Roberto Arguello
393 Posts
Role
Associate Editor
Experience
6 years
Location
Austin, Texas

Roberto Arguello's Bio

Roberto is an editor at the Action Network, host of the Links + Locks podcast weekly tournament betting previews and a host for PGA Tour Live on ESPN+. He also works as a statistician and spotter for ESPN and Westwood One television and radio broadcasts.

He enjoys long romantic walks through the fairways and fullback handoffs.

Experience

Roberto has been at Action Network for four years as an editor and betting analyst.

Education

Roberto attended Stanford University where he studied economics and art history while hacking on the club golf team.

He also was the voice of Stanford football during the 2017 and 2018 seasons on KZSU 90.1 FM while calling several other sports and hosting a weekly sports talk radio show for four years.

More from Roberto Arguello
Golf

Akshay Bhatia can WIN BIG at Travelers Championship! | Golf Picks & PGA Predictions | Links & Locks

Roberto Arguello
Jun 19, 2024 UTC
Golf

Bet Collin Morikawa or Rory McIlroy at U.S. Open? Golf Picks & PGA Tour Predictions | Links & Locks

Roberto Arguello
Jun 12, 2024 UTC
Golf

Top Players to BET at The Memorial Tournament! Golf Picks & PGA Tour Predictions | Links & Locks

Roberto Arguello
Jun 5, 2024 UTC
Golf

Will Tommy Fleetwood GET THE WIN at Canadian Open? Golf Picks & PGA Tour Predictions | Links & Locks

Roberto Arguello
May 29, 2024 UTC
Golf

6 Longshots to BET at Charles Schwab Challenge! Golf Picks & PGA Tour Predictions | Links & Locks

Roberto Arguello
May 22, 2024 UTC
Golf

Why You Should BET Jon Rahm at PGA Championship! Golf Picks & PGA Tour Predictions | Links & Locks

Roberto Arguello
May 15, 2024 UTC
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Betting Highlights
Favorite Bet of All-Time
Taylor Moore 70-1 at the 2023 Valspar Championship for my first outright winner on the Links + Locks podcast.
Most Heartbreaking Bet
Collin Morikawa to win the 2023 Sentry of Champions at +2000 was my worst beat of my career. Morikawa held a six-shot lead after 54 holes and was leading the eventual winner, Jon Rahm, by as many as nine shots during the final round before falling apart down the stretch. This tied the largest 54-hole collapse in PGA Tour history.
Specialties

Finding the best boosted parlays at popular sportsbooks.