Justin Rose shot a 6-under 65 and won the Scottish Open by two strokes at Royal Aberdeen on Sunday.
The 2013 U.S. Open champion was coming off a victory at the Quicken Loans National at Congressional three weeks ago.
"It's uncharted territory for me -- I've never won two in a row before," said Rose, who has banked almost $2 million from his two victories.
The big question now is: Can he make it three in a row when the British Open starts Thursday in Royal Liverpool?
"I was pretty calm as I got off to a good start," said Rose, who finished at 16-under 268. "I never felt in a lot of trouble.
Kristoffer Broberg took second place after a 66. He also earned a spot in the British Open at Hoylake.
Deposed champion Phil Mickelson (65) tied for 11th at 276, a shot ahead of Rory McIlroy (67). Mickelson will also be defending the claret jug this week.
LPGA: Mo Martin knew she hit her 3-wood exactly how she wanted on the 18th hole at Royal Birkdale. Just under 240 yards away and a strong wind at her back, Martin let it rip and watched the ball track toward the flag.
"I could hear it hit the pin from the fairway," she said. "That was a pretty fun feeling."
The ball rolled into the center of the flagstick and settled 6 feet away for an eagle, and when no one could catch her, the 31-year-old American became a major champion at the Women's British Open.
"I still need to be pinched," Martin said after closing with an even-par 72 for a one-shot win over Shanshan Feng and Suzann Pettersen.
It was Martin's first eagle of the year and first career tour title.
"An absolutely perfect 3-wood," said Martin, who finished at 1-under 287 and won $474,575. She had $599,760 in career money when she arrived in England.
Feng and Inbee Park each needed just one birdie over the two par-5 closing holes to force a playoff. Feng missed birdie putts of 15 and 10 feet and shot a 75. Park missed a 12-foot birdie putt on 17 and bogeyed 18 for a 77 and 289. Pettersen finished birdie-birdie to share second with Feng.
Champions: Colin Montgomerie won a three-hole playoff against Gene Sauers to win the U.S. Senior Open at Oak Tree National in Edmond, Oklahoma. After two extra holes Montgomerie had a one-shot lead, then made a par putt on No. 18 to claim the title. He won $630,000 in becoming the fifth golfer to win the Senior PGA Championship and U.S. Senior Open in the same year. Montgomerie closed with a 2-under 69 to tie Sauers (73) at 5-under 279. David Frost (70) and Woody Austin (70) shared third at 283.
PGA Tour: Brian Harman posted birdies on Nos. 14-16 to hold off Zach Johnson by a shot and win the John Deere Classic for his first tour title. Harman had a 5-under 66 for a 22-under 262 total in Silvis, Illinois. He earned $846,000 and a spot in the British Open. Johnson closed with a 64 at TPC Deere Run.