United States captain Steve Stricker has selected Jordan Spieth and Xander Schauffele among his wildcard picks for the Ryder Cup, but there is no place for Patrick Reed on the 12-player roster.
Spieth will appear at the biennial competition for a fourth time in a row, while Schauffele is set to make his debut against Europe in next month's tournament at Whistling Straits after recently winning Olympic gold.
Schauffele was one of three rookies chosen by Stricker on Wednesday along with Daniel Berger, Harris English and Scottie Scheffler, with Tony Finau – part of the USA side that lost in Paris three years ago – completing the captain's picks.
Speaking at a news conference to announce his final selection, Stricker said: "All six of these guys have been playing some really good golf for a long period of time.
"It's more about a body of work. They have all played great throughout this year and very well deserving of these picks."
The top-six qualifiers – Collin Morikawa, Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau, Brooks Koepka, Justin Thomas and Patrick Cantlay – had already locked in spots for the USA, who are seeking to regain the trophy after that 17.5-10.5 loss in 2018.
Reed is the most notable name overlooked by Stricker, the 31-year-old having featured in every American team since 2014.
He made his return from a month-long absence at last week's Tour Championship after being hospitalised with pneumonia in both lungs.
Asked to explain his decision to leave out Reed, who top-scored for USA in their 2016 victory at Hazeltine, Stricker said: "That was a very, very difficult call. I lost sleep over that one.
"He's a tremendous competitor, he brings a lot of match play golf and his record at the Ryder Cup is pretty darn good.
"I think it was the uncertainty of his health and the lack of play that led to our decision down the stretch."
Team Europe captain Padraig Harrington will announce his final three picks on Sunday.