U.S. Ryder cup team

Who’s in: The eight automatic qualifiers

(with Ryder Cup rank and world rank)

1 / 2 Dustin Johnson: Won this year’s U.S. Open for his first major title.

2 / 3 Jordan Spieth: Has won twice this season after winning both the Masters and the U.S. Open in 2015.

3 / 13 Phil Mickelson: Finished runner-up to Henrik Stenson in a fabulous British Open duel last month.

4 / 14 Patrick Reed: Catapulted from bubble and eighth place with Sunday’s victory at The Barclays.

5 / 19 Jimmy Walker: Last month’s PGA Championship victory moved him from the 20s into the top five in the standings.

6 / 18 Brooks Koepka: Young, big hitter tied for fourth at the PGA Championship despite playing on a bum ankle.

7 / 23 Brandt Snedeker: Third-place finish at Wyndham Championship last week was enough to offset Sunday’s 48th-place finish.

8 / 24 Zach Johnson: Two-time major winner from Iowa tied for eighth at U.S. Open and tied for 12th at British Open.

Who’s left: Five possibilities for four captain’s picks

(with Ryder Cup rank and world rank)

9 / 6 Bubba Watson: The long hitter tied for 13th at The Barclays after a closing 66.

10 / 21 J.B. Holmes: Another big hitter, finished fourth at Masters, third at British Open.

11 / 8 Rickie Fowler: Automatic spot slipped away at The Barclays on Sunday.

12 / 15 Matt Kuchar: What’s his Olympic bronze medal worth on captain Davis Love III’s unofficial points list?

15 / 22 Jim Furyk: Missed seven months because of a wrist injury; shot a PGA Tour-record 58 two weeks ago at the Travelers Championship.

European team (three captain’s picks still to be named): Rory McIlroy, Henrik Stenson, Justin Rose, Sergio Garcia, Rafa Cabrera-Bello, Chris Wood, Danny Willett, Matt Fitzpatrick, Andy Sullivan.