The final round of the flagship event of the European Tour, the BMW PGA Championship outside of London, confirmed nine automatic qualifiers, and then Harrington made his three major draft picks.
The missing big name is from England Justin Rose, He shot 65 at Wentworth on Sunday to make the final fight for one of the spots. Rose failed to qualify for the PGA Tour FedEx Cup playoffs this year.
“There are some great partners there,” Harrington said. “My biggest difficulty is that I have too many good players.”
The Ryder Cup will be held in the Whistler Strait in Haven, Wisconsin from September 25th to 26th.
When Lowry fell out of one of the top nine when he was tied for 17th in Wentworth, he made himself vulnerable. He pointed out how stressful this process was in the weeks before the decision was made.
“For me, entering the Ryder Cup is a goal of my career,” Lowry said. “I remember sitting in the media center after winning the Open. When the points started, I said this was my first goal. Having Padraig as the captain is very special for me. I am very happy to have a draft pick and I try my best to get Become a team by yourself. It doesn’t make sense for me to go there and make up numbers. I want to provide points for Europe.”
Europe uses the European points list composed of points obtained from the European Tour and the world points list using the world rankings.
The four players who withdrew from the European standings ranked first Joan Ram, Tommy Fleetwood, Tyrell Hatton with Bernd Weisberg -Who won one of the last two positions. Ram is the only player ranked in the top ten on the European Tour; the top ten Chinese and American players occupy 8 seats.
The 48-year-old Westwood grabbed the last position and will participate in the Ryder Cup for the 11th time, tying the record held by the Ryder Cup. Nick Faldo. Phil Mickelson The United States has played 12 times the most.
Considering their past performance, Garcia and Poulter seem almost certain. Garcia participated in his first Ryder Cup in 1999 and won the most points in the history of the European Ryder Cup. In nine Ryder Cup matches, his record is 22-12-7.
“I rely on him to stand up and become a leader,” Harrington said. “Passion. He just likes the Ryder Cup. He likes everything about it. I think he really likes mentoring young people. He likes being with other people in the team room. We all know that Sergio wants to be a whole life A team player. It’s as if he was born for this.”
Poulter has participated in six Ryder Cups with a record of 14-6-2 and zero singles losses.
Harrington said of Poulter: “This shouldn’t be too doubtful.” He is a postman. He has proved it. He is unbeaten in singles. Incredible enthusiasm in his game. He raised his partner, he raised his team. I am very happy to get a player who can pass and a player in good condition. I look forward to him being there and becoming the core of the team. “