Dustin Johnson’s 4 Aces quartet claimed victory as this yr’s inaugural LIV Golf collection concluded with a season-ending group occasion in Miami.
Twelve groups competed for a $50m (£45.2m) pot, with the winners getting $16m (£13.8m) to share equally between them.
4 groups made it via to the ultimate day on Sunday when the 4 Aces completed on seven beneath and received by one shot.
Patrick Reed, Talor Gooch and Pat Perez had been the opposite members of the group.
Two-time main winner Johnson had already received the inaugural particular person LIV Golf championship, receiving $18m (£16.2m) of prize cash, going into the season finale.
The American clinched victory for his facet with a brief putt on the final gap as Workforce Punch, whose captain is Australia’s Cameron Smith, completed runners-up on six beneath.
The Saudi Arabia-backed LIV Golf collection, which has provided a $25m purse at its earlier tournaments, has brought on deep division within the sport.
There are presently no world rating factors on supply for those who have chosen to affix the collection and LIV golfers have been banned from the PGA Tour.
Rumours across the occasion had been that LIV is concentrating on 4 of the world’s prime 15 golfers for the 2023 season.