England's Tyrrell Hatton is now up to 17th in the world after going back-to-back, again beating a fast-finishing Ross Fisher.
Tiger rules himself out of US Open
Tiger Woods has ruled himself out of next month’s US Open at Pinehurst as his battle towards full recovery continues.
The 38-year-old, who lost his world number one berth this month to Australian Adam Scott, has not played a single round of golf since the WGC-Cadillac Championship in March. "I'm not yet physically able to play competitive golf," he said on his website.
"Despite missing the first two majors and several other important tournaments, I remain very optimistic about this year and my future."
Tiger missed the Masters this year for the first time in his professional career after undergoing surgery for a pinched nerve in his back. The US Open in North Carolina, which runs from 12-15 June, will be the sixth major he has missed through injury, although Jack Nicklaus still believes Tiger has enough in the tank to overhaul his record.
"If he's healthy, I think Tiger's got 10-plus years to play top quality tournament golf," said Nicklaus.
"I've said many times, he's got a little over 40 tournaments to play the major championships, he's only got to win five to pass my record.
"As good a player as he is, I don't think that should be a big deal. Then again, he's got to do it. Plus he's got to be healthy to be able to do it."