Rory McIlroy's disappointing finish at the Turkish Airlines Open has not hurt his position in the Race to Dubai.
The Northern Irishman was still able to move 400,000 points clear of Danny Willett at the top of the European Tour standings, despite ending up in a tie for sixth at Antalya.
"It's always disappointing whenever you have a chance to win and you don't play well enough to do that," said McIlroy, who could only post a one-under 71 on Sunday after starting the final round just one shot off the pace.
"I'll be going away from this tournament very disappointed with how I played today.
"But I'm still playing two more events this year and I feel like my game is good enough to give myself two opportunities to win again."
Willett remains in second place behind McIlroy, while Shane Lowry moved into third spot ahead of Louis Oosthuizen and Justin Rose after a top-10 finish in Turkey.
Unsurprisingly, Sunday's winnner Victor Dubuisson was the biggest mover in the rankings, shooting up 42 places in to seventh.
Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat and South Korean Byeong Hun An also both moved into the top 10 after strong performances at the Montgomerie Maxx Royal.
Spaniard looking ahead.
Englishman has high hopes.
Northumberland course recognised again.
Slieve Russell impressing again.
World number four feeling confident.
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Merger to create better opportunities.
Spanish ace extends sponsorship.
Mallorcan course impressing.