Singh totaled $22,000 for the day but that wasn't even good enough for second place, as that honor went to Daniel Chopra who won $35,500.
Reigning British Open champion Todd Hamilton was unable to come up with a single single skin and was shut out of the money.
A spectacular tap-in birdie at the first by Singh at the first made it look like it would be a long day for the others in the foursome.
Rose, however, quickly put a stop to that by draining a birdie putt at the second and added five more skins on the front side to turn the tide in his favor.
Chopra, who grew up and learned most of his golf in Delhi, added a birdie at the 17th worth $22,000 and good enough for second.