Laura Davies says it was fun.

Most people would agree, considering Davies won $270,000 in two days.Davies won that amount by becoming the first person to win twice in the 8-year-old JC Penney LPGA Skins Game that concluded Sunday.

"This was fun. There was a skin won on eight of the nine holes, which is very unusual, maybe unprecedented," Davies said. "Everyone was making birdies. I was in trouble on a couple of holes, but that's just the way I play."

The LPGA Tour's longest hitter, who won a tournament-record $340,000 in 1996, led after Saturday's nine holes with $150,000 in the $540,000 event.

She then sank a 12-foot birdie putt on the par-4 13th for $40,000 and clinched the title Sunday on the par-4 15th with another 12-foot birdie putt that was worth $80,000.

It was the only hole Sunday at the Stonebriar Country Club course that had a carry-over as a skin was won on every hole but the 14th.

Davies shot herself out of contention on three holes when she hit into water hazards twice and out of bounds once, but she raised her skins-leading career earnings to $890,000 in four appearances.

Karrie Webb, who was shut out Saturday, rallied to win four skins Sunday, including the first two, to earn $140,000.

Defending champion Annika Sorenstam won two skins worth $70,000 to push her two-day total to three skins and $100,000.

Nancy Lopez was shut out Sunday and finished with one skin for $30,000.

On Saturday, Davies' aggressiveness paid off when she drove onto the 368-yard par-4 fourth hole and two-putted for $80,000.

But Sunday, she found trouble, hitting into trees on the 350-yard 10th and rolling into a water hazard on the 490-yard par-5 18th. She also hit into a hazard on the par-3 14th and pushed a drive on the 475-yard par-5 16th out of bounds and into a swimming pool.

Davies, winless in regular tour events this year, converted when she had to.

"That was important for me because of the way I've been playing this year," she said. "Maybe I can build on this."

Webb ended her skinless drought from Saturday with a par on the 350-yard par-4 10th hole.

Besides Davies having tree problems, Sorenstam 3-putted and Lopez failed to par from behind the green.

"I think that was a bit of a gift, but I'll take it," said Webb, who has won twice this season on the LPGA Tour and wasn't discouraged about being shut out Saturday.

"There was still a lot of money left. I figured if I had a good day, I could still win the skins," she said.

Sorenstam's first birdie of the tournament came on the 340-yard 12th hole, and her 5-foot birdie putt won $30,000. She added another $40,000 with a 10-foot bird-ie putt on the par-3 17th.

Webb picked up her other skins with a 20-foot birdie putt on No. 11 for $30,000, on No. 16 from 5 feet for $40,000 and on 18 from 25 feet for another $40,000.

Lopez could only watch as she failed to birdie a hole.

"I'm disappointed," said Lopez, 41, an LPGA Hall of Fame member. "I really wanted to beat these three younger girls. They are the best players on our tour, and if I could have beaten them, that would have been doing pretty good."