Ryder Cup standings

 

At Hazeltine National Golf Club, Chaska • Sept. 30-Oct. 2

Points through Sunday

UNITED STATES

 1. Jordan Spieth10,282.115

 2. Dustin Johnson9,442.873

 3. Brooks Koepka3,878.830

 4. Phil Mickelson3,813.311

 5. Zach Johnson3,794.524

 6. Bubba Watson3,764.901

 7. Brandt Snedeker3,605.152

 8. Rickie Fowler3,441.704

 9. Patrick Reed3,324.007

10. Matt Kuchar3,274.960

11. J.B. Holmes2,926.969

12. Daniel Berger2,732.318

13. Jason Dufner2,592.293

14. Charley Hoffman2,542.348

15. Kevin Chappell2,376.321

 

EUROPE

European points

 1. Danny Willett4,024,628.68

 2. Rory McIlroy3,516,863.55

 3. Chris Wood2,476,271.30

 4. Matthew Fitzpatrick2,198,696.94

 5. Andy Sullivan1,980,084.11

 6. Rafa Cabrera-Bello1,795,889.21

 7. Victor Dubuisson1,655,425.74

 8. Soren Kjeldsen1,567,340.12

 9. Henrik Stenson1,538,373.36

10. Shane Lowry1,509,717.08

World points

 1. Rory McIlroy273.70

 2. Danny Willett268.49

 3. Henrik Stenson225.92

 4. Sergio Garcia179.80

 5. Justin Rose162.74

 6. Chris Wood154.53

 7. Rafa Cabrera-Bello143.37

 8. Matthew Fitzpatrick142.71

 9. Andy Sullivan117.61

10. Shane Lowry106.51

 

SELECTION PROCESS

United States

Eight of the 12 U.S. Ryder Cup members will be selected based on points after The Barclays, Aug. 28. Captain Davis Love III will make three additional picks after the BMW Championship, Sept. 11. The final captain’s pick will be made after the Tour Championship, Sept. 25.

 

Europe

Nine of the 12 European Ryder Cup members will be selected based on points after the Made in Denmark Tournament, Aug. 28. Captain Darren Clarke will choose the remaining three members beginning Aug. 29.