Horschel, Homma are among 6 players added to the President’s Cup team

Billy Horschel finally made his U.S. squad as one of six players added Wednesday to a stacked U.S. squad that will try to win the Presidents Cup for the ninth time in a row.

Captain Davis Love III took two other newcomers into a team competition with Max Homma, two-time PGA Tour winner last season, and Cameron Young, 25, who came close to winning two majors as a rookie.

The other picks went to three-time Main Champion Jordan Spieth, two-time Main Champion Colin Morikawa and Kevin Kesner, who thrives on match play and competed in Quail Hollow at the 2017 PGA Championship.

The Presidents Cup takes place from September 22-25 at Quail Hollow in Charlotte, North Carolina, and these matches seem as lopsided as any since the event began in 1994 to give players from outside Europe a chance to play against teams like the Ryder. Glass.

International captain Trevor Immelman filled his 12-man squad on Tuesday, and picks were delayed by a week due to uncertainty over who will leave the PGA Tour for Saudi-funded LIV Golf. Immelmann lost four players who would have been on the team, including British Open champion Cameron Smith and Louis Oosthuizen.

Former Japanese Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama is the highest-ranked player on the international team at 16th.