Tony Finau plays his shot from the 4th tee during the third round of the BMW Championship golf tournament.
Finau was one of a handful of US players who joined Furyk on a trip to Le Golf National in July, prior to the Open Championship.
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The 28-year-old placed in the top 10 at three of this year's majors - only missing out at the US PGA Championship - but his last win on the PGA Tour came back in 2016.
"He has an unbelievable body of work this year", Furyk confirmed in a statement after the finish of the rain-delayed BMW Championship. He had 11 top 10s. "Tony played well in big moments this year".
"He's got a great head on his shoulders", Furyk said.
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"It's a dream come true for me", said Finau. "He had a lot of support from our vice captains. I'm so excited to be on the Ryder Cup team and I can not wait to get to Paris". "No matter how good your drive is, you've still got to roll them and still got to make putts, and I didn't putt very well today". He was paired with Furyk during the first two days at the US PGA Championship, and struggled in the opening round before he tied the championship record by making ten birdies in the second round.
Schauffele made a run at the BMW title but came up short, settling for a share of third after a 63-64 (13-under-par) start.
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