Skins Game (PGA Tr)


 

Skins Game (PGA Tr)

 
Skins Game (PGA Tr) tournament results, listed below, are sorted by year and feature the title sponsor, name of winner, golf tournament venue, score and prize money.  

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2008
LG
Indian Wells Resort
6 skins
$415,000
Played as the LG Skins Game (Nov 29-30). Kyung-Ju "KJ" Choi (S Kor) won with a total of 6 skins worth $415,000. Second was defending champion Stephen Ames (T&T/Can) 6 skins worth $250,000. Third: Phil Mickelson (USA) 4 skins worth $195,000. Fourth: Rocco Mediate (USA) 2 skins worth $140,000. [Celebrity course, Indian Wells Resort, Coachella Valley, California].
2007
LG
Ames, Stephen
Indian Wells Resort
9 skins
$675,000
Played as the LG Skins Game (Nov 24-25). Defending champion Ames (T&T/Can) won with a total of 9 skins worth $675,000. Second was Fred Couples (USA) 9 skins worth $325,000. Zach Johnson (USA) and Brett Wetterich (USA), making their Skins Game debuts, were shut out with no skins. [Celebrity course, Indian Wells Resort, Coachella Valley, California].
2006
LG
Ames, Stephen
La Quinta, GC at
8 skins
$590,000
Played as the LG Skins Game (Nov 25/26). Ames (T&T/Can) won with a total of 8 skins worth $590,000. Second was Fred Couples (USA) 9 skins worth $385,000. Third was John Daly (USA) 1 skin worth $25,000. Defending champion Fred Funk (USA) was shut out with no skins. [GC at La Quinta, La Quinta, California; at the time known as Trilogy at La Quinta].
2005
Merrill Lynch
Funk, Fred
La Quinta, GC at
15 skins
$925,000
Played as the Merrill Lynch Skins Game (Nov 26/27). Funk (USA), making his Skins Game debut, won with a total of 15 skins worth $925,000. Second was Tiger Woods (USA) with 3 skins worth $75,000. Annika Sörenstam (Swe, LPGA Tour) and Fred Couples (USA) were shut out with no skins. [GC at La Quinta, La Quinta, California; at the time known as Trilogy at La Quinta].
2004
Merrill Lynch
La Quinta, GC at
11 skins
$640,000
Played as the Merrill Lynch Skins Game (Nov 27/28). Couples (USA) won with a total of 11 skins worth $640,000; the final three skins (worth $340,000) were only secured after a four-hole sudden-death playoff. Second was Tiger Woods (USA) with 5 skins worth $310,00. Third was Adam Scott (Aus) with 2 skins worth $50,000. Annika Sorenstam (Swe, LPGA Tour) was shut out with no skins. [GC at La Quinta, La Quinta, California; at the time known as Trilogy at La Quinta].
2003
ConAgra
La Quinta, GC at
8 skins
$605,000
Played as the ConAgra Foods Skins Game (Nov 29/30). Couples (USA) won with a total of 8 skins worth $605,000. Second was Annika Sörenstam (Swe, LPGA Tour) 5 skins worth $225,000. Third was Phil Mickelson (USA) 5 skins worth $170,000. Mark O'Meara (USA) was shut out with no skins. [GC at La Quinta, La Quinta, California; at the time known as Trilogy at La Quinta].
2002
ConAgra
Terra Lago
8 skins
$405,000
Played as the ConAgra Skins Game (Nov 30-Dec 1; PGA Tour unofficial money event). O'Meara (USA) won with a total of 8 skins worth $405,000. Second: Phil Mickelson (USA) 3 skins worth $300,000. Third: Fred Couples (USA) 3 skins worth $170,000. Fourth: Tiger Woods (USA) 4 skins worth £125,000. [North course, GC at Terra Lago, Indio, California; at the time known as Landmark GC].
2001
x
Terra Lago
18 skins
$1,000,000
Played as the Skins Game (Nov 24/25; PGA Tour unofficial money event). Norman (Aus) won all 18 skins and record prize money for this event. Tiger Woods (USA), Jesper Parnevik (Swe) and defending champion Colin Montgomerie (Scot) were all shut out with no skins thanks to a new and considerably more complicated scoring system. [North course, GC at Terra Lago, Indio, California; at the time known as Landmark GC].
2000
x
Terra Lago
6 skins
$415,000
Played as the Skins Game (Nov 25/26; four-man PGA Tour unofficial money event). Montgomerie (Scot) won with a total of 6 skins worth $415,000. Second was Vijay Singh (Fiji) 4 skins worth $260,000. Third was Sergio Garcia (Esp) 5 skins worth $200,000. Fourth was defending champion Fred Couples (USA) 3 skins worth $125,000. [North course, GC at Terra Lago, Indio, California; at the time known as Landmark GC].
1999
x
Terra Lago
11 skins
$635,000
Played as the Skins Game (Nov 27/28; four-man PGA Tour unofficial money event). Couples (USA) won with a total of 11 skins worth $635,000. Second was defending champion Mark O'Meara (USA) 5 skins worth $245,000. Third was Sergio Garcia (Esp) 2 skins worth $120,000. David Duval (USA) was shut out with no skins. [North course, GC at Terra Lago, Indio, California; at the time known as Landmark GC].
1998
x
Rancho La Quinta CC
8 skins
$430,000
Played as the Skins Game (Nov 28/29; four-man PGA Tr unofficial money event). O'Meara (USA) won with a total of 8 skins worth $430,000. Second was Tom Lehman (USA) 7 skins worth $420,000. Third was Fred Couples (USA) 3 skins worth $150,000. Greg Norman (Aus) was shut out with no skins. [Rancho La Quinta CC, Coachella Valley, California].
1997
x
Rancho La Quinta CC
10 skins
$300,000
Played as the Skins Game (Nov 28-30; four-man PGA Tour unofficial money event). Lehman (USA) won with a total of 10 skins worth $300,000. Second was Mark O'Meara (USA) 5 skins worth $240,000. Third was Tiger Woods (USA) with 3 skins worth $60,000. David Duval (USA) was shut out with no skins. [Rancho La Quinta CC, Coachella Valley, California].
1996
x
Rancho La Quinta CC
9 skins
$280,000
Played as the Skins Game (Nov 30-Dec 1; four-man PGA Tour unofficial money event). Defending champion Couples (USA) won with a total of 9 skins worth $280,000. Second was Tom Watson (USA) 7 skins worth $220,000. Third was Tiger Woods (USA) 2 skins worth $40,000. John Daly (USA) was shut out with no skins. [Rancho La Quinta CC, Coachella Valley, California].
1995
x
Bighorn GC
7 skins
$270,000
Played as the Skins Game (Nov 25/26; four-man PGA Tour unofficial money event). Couples (USA) won with a total of 7 skins worth $270,000. Second was Corey Pavin (USA) 10 skins worth $240,000. Third was Peter Jacobsen (USA) 1 skin worth $30,000. Defending champion Tom Watson (USA) was shut out with no skins. [Mountains course, Bighorn GC, Palm Desert, California].
1994
x
Bighorn GC
6 skins
$210,000
Played as the Skins Game ((Nov 26/27; four-man PGA Tour unofficial money event). Watson (USA) won with a total of 6 skins worth $210,000. Second was Fred Couples (USA) 5 skins worth $170,000. Third was Paul Azinger (USA) 4 skins worth $80,000 and defending champion Payne Stewart (USA) 3 skins worth $80,000. [Mountains course, Bighorn GC, Palm Desert, California].
1993
x
Bighorn GC
9 skins
$280,000
Played as the Skins Game (Nov 27/28; four-man PGA Tour unofficial money event). Stewart (USA) won this event for the third straight year with a total of 9 skins worth $280,000. Second was Fred Couples (USA) 9 skins worth $260,000. Paul Azinger (USA) and Arnold Palmer (USA) were shut out with no skins. [Mountains course, Bighorn GC, Palm Desert, California].
1992
x
Bighorn GC
6 skins
$220,000
Played as the Skins Game (Nov 28/29; four-man PGA Tour unofficial money event). Defending champion Stewart (USA) won with a total of 6 skins worth $220,000. Second was Fred Couples (USA) 8 skins worth $210,000. Third was Greg Norman (Aus) 4 skins worth $110,000. Tom Kite (USA) was shut out with no skins. [Mountains course, Bighorn GC, Palm Desert, California].
1991
x
PGA West
8 skins
$260,000
Played as the Skins Game (Nov 30-Dec 1; four-man PGA Tour unofficial money event). Stewart (USA) won with a total of 8 skins worth $260,000. Second was John Daly (USA) 7 skins worth $160,000. Third was defending champion Curtis Strange (USA) 3 skins worth $120,000. Jack Nicklaus (USA) was shut out with no skins. [Stadium course, Club at PGA West, La Quinta, California].
1990
x
Strange, Curtis
PGA West
8 skins
$220,000
Played as the Skins Game (Nov 24/25; four-man PGA Tour unofficial money event). Defending champion Strange (USA) won with a total of 8 skins worth $220,000. Second was Greg Norman (Aus) 4 skins worth $90,000. Third was Nick Faldo (Eng) 4 skins worth $70,000 and Jack Nicklaus (USA) 2 skins worth $70,000. [Stadium course, Club at PGA West, La Quinta, California].
1989
x
Strange, Curtis
PGA West
11 skins
$265,000
Played as the Skins Game (Nov 25/26; four-man PGA Tour unofficial money event). Strange (USA) won with a total of 11 skins worth $265,000. Second was Jack Nicklaus (USA) 4 skins worth $90,000. Third was defending champion Raymond Floyd (USA) 2 skins worth $60,000. Fourth was Lee Trevino (USA) 1 skin worth $35,000. [Stadium course, Club at PGA West, La Quinta, California].
1988
x
Floyd, Ray
PGA West
12 skins
$290,000
Played as the Skins Game (Nov 26/27; four-man PGA Tour unofficial money event). Floyd (USA) won with a total of 12 skins worth $290,000. Second was Jack Nicklaus (USA) 5 skins worth $125,000. Third was defending champion Lee Trevino (USA) 1 skin worth $35,000. Curtis Strange (USA) was shut out with no skins. [Stadium course, Club at PGA West, La Quinta, California].
1987
x
Trevino, Lee
PGA West
10 skins
$310,000
Played as the Skins Game (Nov 28/29; four-man PGA Tour unofficial money event). Trevino (USA) won with a total of 10 skins worth $310,000. Second were Jack Nicklaus (USA) and defending champion Fuzzy Zoeller (USA), both with 4 skins worth $70,000. Arnold Palmer was shut out with no skins. [Stadium course, Club at PGA West, La Quinta, California].
1986
x
Zoeller, Fuzzy
PGA West
14 skins
$370,000
Played as the Skins Game (Nov 29/30; four-man PGA Tour unofficial money event). Defending champion Zoeller (USA) won with a total of 14 skins worth $370,000. Second was Lee Trevino (USA) 3 skins worth $55,000. Third was Arnold Palmer (USA) 1 skin worth $25,000. Jack Nicklaus (USA) was shut out with no skins. [Stadium course, Club at PGA West, La Quinta, California].
1985
x
Zoeller, Fuzzy
Bear Creek GC
9 skins
$255,000
Played as the Skins Game (Nov 30/Dec 1; four-man PGA Tour unofficial money event). Zoeller (USA) won with a total of 9 skins worth $255,000. Second was Tom Watson (USA) 4 skins worth $100,000. Third was Arnold Palmer (USA) 4 skins worth $80,000. Fourth was defending champion Jack Nicklaus (USA) 1 skin worth $15,000. [Bear Creek GC, Murrieta, nr Temecula, California].
1984
x
Desert Highlands
9 skins
$240,000
Played as the Skins Game (Nov 24/25; four-man PGA Tour unofficial money event). With an 8-foot putt on the final green, Nicklaus (USA) won the 9 skins worth $240,000 that had built up on the back-nine. Second was Tom Watson (USA), who won all 9 skins on the front-nine, which were worth $120,000. Arnold Palmer (USA) and defending champion Gary Player (RSA) were both shut out with no skins. [Desert Highlands GC, Scottsdale, Arizona].
1983
x
Desert Highlands
7 skins
$170,000
Played as the inaugural PGA Tour Skins Game (four-man PGA Tour unofficial money event). Player (RSA) won with a total of 7 skins worth $170,000. Second was Arnold Palmer (USA) 8 skins worth $140,000. Third was Jack Nicklaus (USA) 2 skins worth $40,000. Fourth was Tom Watson (USA) 1 skin worth $10,000. The event is remembered not just for the golf, but for Tom Watson accusing Gary Player of removing a rooted leaf from behind his ball (which the Rules of Golf prohibit). Player insisted the leaf was loose and could be removed as a loose impediment. [Desert Highlands GC, Scottsdale, Arizona].
 

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