The Presidents Cup teams are each set with their eight automatic qualifiers following the completion of the BMW Championship. 

Eleven of the 16 automatically qualifying players got their golf careers started in the NCAA — including all eight of the U.S. qualifiers.

CHAMPIONS: Men’s college golfers with the most individual NCAA championships

U.S. team captain Tiger Woods and International team captain Ernie Else will select their final four picks on Nov. 4. The Presidents Cup will take place from December 13-15 in Melbourne, Australia.

Here’s a look at where each player in the Presidents Cup played in college:

Brooks Koepka — Florida State

Koepka is a four-time major champion and has been a strong force on U.S. national teams since his debut on the winning 2016 Ryder Cup squad. Koepka has made one previous appearance on a Presidents Cup team when the U.S. won in 2017 at Liberty National.

Before he turned professional and rose to the No. 1 golfer in the world, he got his start at Florida State University from 2008 to 2012. It was there that he won three events over his four years and earned All-America honors three times. He also was twice named ACC Men’s Golfer of the Year in 2010 and 2012.