POIPU, Hawaii (AP) _ Tiger Woods won his second straight PGA Grand Slam of Golf title by defeating Davis Love III 3 and 2 Wednesday.

Woods moved in front on the 524-yard second hole with an eagle and, by the turn, had built a 5-up advantage.

The PGA winner completed the front 9 at the 6,957-yard Poipu Bay Resort in 5-under-par 31, while Love, who made into the tournament as an alternate following the death of Payne Stewart, was at 1-over 37.

Love birdied 12th and 13th holes to cut Woods' lead to 3 up, but it wasn't enough.

A day earlier, Woods had to go deep into the back 9 to defeat Paul Lawrie. Love, meanwhile, routed Masters champion Jose Maria Olazabal, 6 and 5.

Woods, who entered with $7,281,626 in winnings this year, won another $400,000. He has won 10 of his last 14 tournaments.

The third-place match ended when Lawrie conceded to Olazabal after twisting his right ankle. The British Open winner was walking from the ninth green to the 10th tee when he stumbled over some rocks. Olazabal was leading 1 up at the time.

Lawrie was taken to a hospital and the extent of his injury was not immediately known.