Furyk announced 14-time major champion Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and back-to-back PGA Tour victor Bryson DeChambeau will compete in France to help the USA defend its title. The tournament is why all the players are now in the area.
For Woods, it'll be his eighth appearance and first since 2012.
The victory for the man known as the "Mad Scientist" saw DeChambeau become the first man since Vijay Singh in 2008 to win the opening two playoff events in the season-ending FedEx Cup.
Matt Kuchar failed to advance beyond the second playoff event for the first time in 10 years, meaning he won't get another chance to state his case as a potential Ryder Cup pick. The idea is to find the hottest player to fill out the team, and no one has been close to DeChambeau over the last two weeks. This year's captain, Furyk, said he was impressed not only that DeChambeau won back-to-back titles, but by the method in which he won.
DeChambeau tasted victory at the Dell Technologies Championship by two strokes on Monday, one week after sailing to victory by four strokes at The Northern Trust. "I get chills just thinking about it". Perhaps Tony Finau, who's been in strong form lately, is most likely to be Furyk's final pick. "He's not making that many mistakes, and if he does, I talked to him over the past couple of months, he's missing the ball in the correct spots, and that makes all the difference".
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DeChambeau, who attended the 2016 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine as a fan, said after his win at Ridgewood that playing he'd been on a "mission" to make the Ryder Cup team.
"I think we could be a great team out there". Among the players he's considering for his four at-large selections, include Ian Poulter, Sergio Garcia, Henrik Stenson, Paul Casey, Rafa Cabrera-Bello, Thomas Pieters and last week's victor in Demark, Matt Wallace, a multiple victor on the European Tour this year.
Cameron Smith of Australia tried to make a run at him with a pair of late birdies, but DeChambeau answered with a birdie on No. 15 to keep his lead at two shots.
Woods, Mickelson and DeChambeau will be joining eight other Americans - Rickie Fowler, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Patrick Reed, Webb Simpson, Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas and Bubba Watson - who had previously qualified for the team.