The Fiji native also captured the most money on Monday, adding up to $180,000 over the two-day event.
The other three members of this prestigious foursome who participated were 2001 British Open Champion David Duval, Spanish superstar Sergio Garcia, and Canada's Mike Weir.
Duval was blanked on Monday, one day after he captured his first major tournament. He avoided the shutout on Tuesday by capturing the final skin worth $75,000 in a carry-over playoff.
Garcia captured the first skin of the day on Tuesday, earning $35,000 for the two days.
Weir earned $25,000 on Tuesday with a skin on the 14th hole, short of the $45,000 he pocketed on Monday.
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