Former world No. 1 Tiger Woods was already confirmed for Paris as an assistant to captain Jim Furyk, but Woods' form this season on his return from spine fusion surgery has been too good to ignore. The 42-year-old narrowly missed out on automatic qualification, but a tied sixth finish at the British Open and second in the US PGA last month sealed an eighth Ryder Cup spot.
Team USA captain Jim Furyk (pictured) picked Woods as one of his three wildcards on September 4. Here's the rest of his 12-man line-up for the match against Europe at Le Golf National outside Paris, France starting September 28.
Veteran Phil Mickelson was another of Furyk's picks after clinching his first victory since 2013 earlier this season. The 48-year-old will be making a record 12th straight Ryder Cup appearance, although the five-time major champion has never won the competition on European soil.
In-form Bryson DeChambeau received a wildcard selection after missing an automatic spot by one place. The quirky 24-year-old made himself a lock by winning the first two FedEx Cup playoff events to take his tally to four titles in the last 14 months.
Brooks Koepka topped the US Ryder Cup rankings with his major victories in the US Open in June and US PGA in August. The 28-year-old, ranked second in the world, made his Ryder Cup debut in the victory at Hazeltine in 2016, winning three of his four matches.
World No.1 Dustin Johnson has won three times this season and will be a potent weapon in France. The big-hitter from South Carolina could form a powerful pairing with gym buddy Koepka in his fourth Ryder Cup.
World No. 3 Justin Thomas, 25, finished third in the standings to qualify for his debut Ryder Cup. The 2017 US PGA champion also clinched the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational this term to cement his place in the side.
Masters champion Patrick Reed qualified in fourth for a third straight appearance at the Ryder Cup. Reed won a dramatic duel with Rory McIlroy at Hazeltine two years ago and has been dubbed "Captain America" for his Ryder Cup prowess.
Colorful left-hander Bubba Watson will make his fourth Ryder Cup appearance this year after qualifying in fifth. Three PGA Tour victories this season suggest the two-time Masters champion is in the form to make a difference in Paris.
Jordan Spieth is going into his third Ryder Cup on the back of five top-10 finishes this season. He has been winless since clinching the British Open for his fourth major in 2017, but a third-place finish at the Masters suggests he will be a danger.
Rickie Fowler has three Ryder Cup campaigns under his belt and qualified seventh in the standings for this year's edition. A second-place finish at the 2018 Masters was a season highlight for the world No.10.
Webb Simpson, the 2012 US Open champion, secured the eighth and final automatic spot after a strong season which yielded the Players title for his first PGA Tour win since 2013. The 33-year-old played in the 2012 and 2014 US Ryder Cup defeats.
Tony Finau was selected as Furyk's final wildcard pick after a stellar 2018 that has included 11 top-10 finishes -- the most on the PGA Tour this season.