England's Tyrrell Hatton is now up to 17th in the world after going back-to-back, again beating a fast-finishing Ross Fisher.
Ryder Cup trophy taking tour of Scotland before Gleneagles event
The prestigious Ryder Cup trophy is hitting the road before it returns to Gleneagles for one of the most hotly-anticipated events of the golfing calendar.
The trophy will take a scenic tour of Scotland, starting at Edinburgh’s Omni Centre on Thursday 4 September – with stops in the Scottish Borders, Shetland and Aberdeenshire also included.
Excitement is growing at frenetic pace as the Ryder Cup draws closer, with both sets of fans – those for Europe and those supporting the USA – preparing for the event which begins on 26-28 September.
"This is about sharing the magic of the Ryder Cup," said Richard Hills, Europe's Ryder Cup director.
"It also highlights just how wide-reaching the legacy effects of the event will be," he added.
Where to see the Ryder Cup trophy
Fans can catch a glimpse of the Ryder Cup when it visits areas of Scotland from September:
7 September – Roxburghe Golf Club in the Borders
8 September – St Medan Golf Club, Dumfries & Galloway; Machrihanish Dunes, Argyll; Isle of Harris Golf Club
9 September – Whalsay Golf Club, Shetland; Braemar Golf Club, Aberdeenshire
10 September – Gleneagles Hotel