|1||Tied with pars||$50K|
|2||Tied with pars||$100K|
|3||DJ-Rory win with birdie||$150K|
|4||Fowler-Wolff win with birdie||$50K|
|5||DJ-Rory win with par||$50K|
|6||DJ-Rory win with birdie||$50K|
|7||Tied with birdies||$100K|
|8||Tied with pars||$200K|
|9||Fowler-Wolff win with birdie||$300K|
|10||Tied with pars||$100K|
|11||Fowler-Wolff win with birdie||$200K|
|12||Fowler-Wolff win with birdie||$100K|
|13||Tied with pars||$100K|
|14||Tied with birdies||$200K|
|15||Tied with pars||$300K|
|16||Tied with birdies||$400K|
|17||Tied with pars||$600K|
|18||Tied with pars||$1.1M|
|19||DJ-Rory win closest to pin||$1.1M|
*Hole 19: McIlroy wins the closest-to-the-pin challenge on No. 17, barely dropping his ball inside Wolff's to claim $1.1 million and the victory for his team.
Hole 18: Both McIlroy and Johnson miss birdie putts for $1.1 million and the win, forcing the players back to No. 17 for a sudden-death challenge.
Hole 17: Fowler and McIlroy first to make par for their respective teams to make the final hole worth $1.1 million.
Hole 16: On the short par 4, McIlroy finds the greenside bunker and hit his sand shot to a couple of inches. Wolff answers with a birdie of his own. No. 17 is now worth $600,000.
Hole 15: Johnson found the water with his drive and immediately picked up. The other three had birdie chances after hitting the par-5's in regulation but none converted their putts. McIlroy suffers another brutal lip out.
Hole 14: Wolff launches a 368-yard drive to win his second long-drive contest worth $350,000. All four players make birdie on the par 5. The next hole is worth $300,000.
Hole 13: Only Wolff hits the green on the par 3 but he can't make his birdie putt. The hole is tied with pars.
Hole 12: All four players stick their approach shots. After Johnson and Wolff miss, McIlroy suffers a harsh lip-out. Fowler then taps in his birdie for another skin.
Hole 11: After McIlroy and Johnson miss their long birdie tries, Fowler steps up and drills a slippery birdie putt of his own. Fowler and Wolff extend their lead to $300,000.
Hole 10: The group has made the turn and will need to pick up the pace in order to finish before the broadcast window ends at 6 p.m. ET. Fowler and Johnson both miss good looks at birdies. McIlroy plays himself out of the hole by chunking a greenside chip.
Hole 9: All players are on or around the green in two shots at the par-5 ninth. However, Johnson doesn't get up and down, and McIlroy three-putts. Fowler and Wolff both make birdies to take three skins worth $300,000 and jump into the lead.
Hole 8: Wolff hits it closest on the 240-yard par 3 but no one in the group had a reasonable chance at birdie. The hole is tied with pars and the ninth is now worth $300,000.
Hole 7: On the short par 4, Johnson drives it through the fairway into the water. The other three all stick their approach shots with Fowler and McIlroy exchanging birdies.
Hole 6: McIlroy plays the hole perfectly. After a massive drive, he flips a wedge shot to within a few feet and knocks in the birdie putt. The DJ-Rory duo adds its fifth skin. The next 10 holes are worth $100,000 each.
Hole 5: Fowler and Wolff gift the hole by failing to get up and down on the par-3 fifth. McIlroy and Johnson win their fourth skin.
Hole 4: Fowler comes up clutch with a dart into the fourth green. After McIlroy fails to convert a birdie effort, Fowler drains his to get on the board.
Hole 3: First par 5 of the day. Wolff plays himself out of it with an errant drive. Johnson hits a delicate bunker shot to set up a tap-in birdie. Fowler can't answer, and the first three skins are awarded to McIlroy-Johnson.
Hole 2: Wolff crushes his drive to win the long-drive contest for a $100,000 bonus. Only Johnson and Wolff found the green in regulation, but their putters remain cold. The third hole is now worth three skins for $150,000.
Hole 1: And they're off! Wolff was the only member of the group to miss the fairway. McIlroy and Fowler both missed makeable birdie opportunities on No. 1 to see the skin carry over to the second hole.