Ryder Cup 2018: Who has made Europe and United States' teams?
|2018 Ryder Cup|
|Venue: Le Golf National, Paris Dates: 28-30 September|
|Coverage: Live commentary on BBC Radio 5 live and the BBC Sport website; daily highlights on BBC Two and online|
We now know which 24 players will make up the Europe and United States Ryder Cup teams at Le Golf National in Paris.
The biennial event takes place from 28-30 September, with the United States seeking to defend the trophy.
This is how the sides are shaping up, with players in bold having qualified to play.
The 12-man team is made up of the first four players from the European points list, followed by the leading four players from the World points list and completed by four wildcard picks by Bjorn. The points system concluded on 2 September following the Made In Denmark tournament.
Bjorn named Paul Casey, Sergio Garcia, Ian Poulter and Henrik Stenson as his four wildcards.
Determined by how many Race to Dubai points a player has earned from events on the European Tour, the majors and World Golf Championships.
|7||Rory McIlroy||Northern Ireland||3,482,791.06|
Determined by overall Official World Golf Ranking points earned from events on the PGA Tour, European Tour, the majors and World Golf Championships
|4||Rory McIlroy||Northern Ireland||309.29|
|10||Rafa Cabrera Bello||Spain||168.75|
The points system concluded on 12 August following the US PGA Championship, with the top eight players on the points list securing a spot on the 12-man team.
The four remaining slots are captain's selections.
Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Bryson DeChambeau were announced as wildcards by Furyk on Tuesday, 4 September. Tony Finau secured the final spot on Monday, 10 September.