Lowry was knocked out of the automatic qualifiers when Bernd Wiesberger tied for Wentworth, lifted the Austrian to last place on the European standings and pushed Rory McIlroy to the world rankings.
The Irishman finished seventh in the final round and claimed a top-eight spot to replace Lee Westwood in the World Rankings, although he stumbled to a final 71 to tie him and a to choose captain.
Harrington’s three selections join McIlroy, Wiesberger, Westwood, Jon Rahm, Tyrrell Hatton, Paul Casey, Matt Fitzpatrick, Tommy Fleetwood and Viktor Hovland in the European team that wants to retain their trophy, three years after the 17.5-10.5 victory over the USA in Paris.
Garcia makes his tenth Ryder Cup appearance and his second consecutive captain, after winning three of his four matches to become Europe’s record scorer during their 2018 victory at Le Golf National.
The 41-year-old was one of only three European players to reach the PGA Tour’s season-round tournament after winning the Sanderson Farms Championship earlier this year, with the Spaniard arriving at East Lake behind a draw. sixth final at the BMW Championship.
Poulter also made a choice after a solid summer on the PGA Tour, where he finished third during the Charles Schwab Challenge and added a top-10 finish at the WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational, while the Englishman also enjoyed a top-four finish at the Scottish Open.
Justin Rose, who finished tied after a final round 65 at the BMW PGA Championship and played in five of the last six Ryder Cups, was the biggest victim of Harrington’s decision to have only three captain selections compared to the US captain Steve Stricker sees. The former world number 1 experienced a quiet season, by anyone’s standards, after dropping to number 45 on the world rankings, but many believe that the 41-year-old’s previous Ryder Cup form would have been good enough to make a choice. to get, but given the strength of the competition, someone had to lose.