Duval, playing with Vijay Singh, Mike Weir and Sergio Garcia, failed to win a skin over the first nine holes in the $360,000 event. Singh collected $90,000 in the tournament, which will conclude with the final nine holes Tuesday at the Angus Glen Golf Club.
Weir, a Canadian, sank a six-foot putt worth $45,000. Garcia took one skin, worth $15,000.
Singh, the 2000 Masters champion, waited until the ninth hole to collect all of his money when he drained a six-foot birdie putt. His take came after four carryovers.
Duval had just one hour of sleep after taking a 7 1/2 hour flight from England following his win Sunday at the British Open at Royal Lytham & St. Annes. It was a rough start for Duval as his opening tee shot hit a tree on the left side and the ball landed in the rough. He also hit the gallery with a shot near the second green and hit the cart path on the fifth hole. In 1999, Duval won $95,000 at this event.
Weir, who missed the cut at the British Open, captured three skins on the par-3 fourth hole after carryovers at the second and third. Weir is playing this event for a fourth straight year, having won $75,000 last year.
Garcia won his skin with an eight-foot birdie putt on the par-5 first hole. Last year, Garcia won $100,000 in his debut at this event.
The foursome will get some well-needed rest before returning to the course for the back nine on Tuesday morning.
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