Justin Rose's preparations for The Open Championship continued with a second successive victory at the Scottish Open.
Rose followed up ending his year-long winning drought with victory at the Quicken Loans National at Congressional, with a two-shot win at Royal Aberdeen.
The new world No.3 finished ahead of Sweden's Kristoffer Broberg and three shots clear of overnight leader Marc Warren to claim a second title in as many starts.
The Englishman is hoping to complete the double of the Scottish Open and The Open Championship this month, which American Phil Mickelson achieved in 2013.
And Rose admits he tinkered with his agenda in order to repeat Mickelson's feat.
"I put it on my schedule largely due to what Phil did last year," Rose said. "The weather hasn't been fantastic and I thought I would change my preparation. Winning is somewhat a habit, the more you can do it the easier it becomes when you're in contention.
"For me to go back-to-back now, I've certainly never done that before or won three in a row so we'll see how that goes but my preparation couldn't have been any better."
The Open starts on Thursday.