Eight players made the team on their own and on Sept. 12 Love will announce his three Captain's Pick for the matches against Europe beginning Sept. 27 and Hazeltine Golf Club in Chaska, Minn.
One more selection will come on Sept. 25.
"It's time for these eight to take ownership of this team," said Love, who was the U.S. captain when Europe won in 2012 at Medinah. "If they go in there believing in what we are telling them, that they have the best team, and that they are ready to go, then they are going to play well.
"Those eight players and the four assistant captains, they are pretty good golfers. They know what's going on. They know the players. They know who they want to play with."
--Maverick McNealy of Portola Valley, Calif., Brad Dalke of Norman, Okla., and Scottie Scheffler of Dallas will make up the United States team for the 2016 World Amateur Team Championship.
The event will be played on Sept. 21-24 at Mayakoba El Camaleon Golf Club and Iberostar Playa Paraiso Golf Club in Riviera Maya, Mexico.
"Brad, Maverick and Scottie exemplify the competitive spirit and sportsmanship that are displayed at the World Amateur Team Championship," said Diana Murphy, president of the United States Golf Association.
"We are delighted to have them join such an illustrious group of players, including Rickie Fowler, Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods, who have represented the United States at this renowned championship."
The 20-year-old McNealy, a senior at Stanford, is No. 1 in the World Amateur Golf Rankings and recently received the Mark H. McCormack Medal as the world's top male amateur in 2016.
McNealy was an All-American and Pac-12 Conference Player of the Year each of the last two seasons.
Scheffler, 20, a junior at Texas, helped the Longhorns captured the 2016 NCAA Championship, won the 2016 Big 12 Conference Championship and the 2013 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship.
Dalke, 19, a sophomore at Oklahoma, was runner-up to Curtis Luck of Australia in the 2016 U.S. Amateur Championship and won the 2015 Junior PGA Championship.
Collin Morikawa, 19, of La Canada and Cal, and Will Zalatoris, 20, of Plano, Texas, and Wake Forest, were selected as alternates.
Paul D. Caruso Jr., a former member of the USGA Executive Committee, will serve as captain of the U.S. team.
The World Amateur Team Championship is conducted by the International Golf Federation, which ran the golf competition at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
--Masters champion Danny Willett of England joined the PGA Tour after winning at Augusta National and qualified for the FedEx Cup playoffs.
However, he won't hit a shot in the four postseason events.
Willett was 75th in the FedEx Cup point standings, but skipped The Barclays last week to open the playoffs and dropped to No. 86.
That made him eligible for the Deutsche Bank Championship last week at TPC Boston, but he wasn't there, either. That means he will not be eligible for the BMW Championship this week at Crooked Stick, where only the top 70 in the standings can play.
Willett took a break since he tied for 37th at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, but he attempted to defend his title last week in the Omega European Masters at Crans-Montana, Switzerland, closing with a 64 to tie for 12th.
Based on what he told writers last week in Switzerland, there never was a question, although he never made an announcement.
"I love this week," said Willett before his title defense, when he didn't talk about skipping the FedEx Cup playoffs. "I think I've played now for six straight years and it's always great to come back."
The Englishman leads the European Tour's Race to Dubai, having also won the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, and that obviously is his priority.
--Darren Clarke of Northern Ireland picked Lee Westwood of England, Martin Kaymer of Germany and rookie Thomas Pieters of Belgium as his Captain's Picks to round out the 12-man European team for the Ryder Cup against the United States Hazeltine National in Chaska, Minn., from Sept. 30 to Oct. 2.
Westwood and Kaymer give the Euros a more veteran presence because five of the nine automatic qualifiers will make their Ryder Cup debuts. Choosing Pieters means half the roster will be Ryder Cup rookies.
"In Lee and Martin I've got two of the former No. 1s, and they bring a wealth of experience to the team," Clarke said. "It's just not about playing, but it's about the team room and the dynamics and everything involved.
"With Lee and Martin they were two pretty obvious choices, but the last (pick) was very difficult."
Westwood, a mainstay for the Europeans since 1997, will make his 10th Ryder Cup appearance -- second only Nick Faldo's 11. Westy has a 20-15-6 Ryder Cup record, three victories shy of Faldo's mark of 23.
Kaymer, who will play in his fourth straight Ryder Cup, is 4-3-3.
Clarke bypassed two players who were right outside the top nine in the points standings, Russell Knox of Scotland and Soren Kjeldsen of Denmark.
Pieters, 24, was one spot behind Knox in the standings, but apparently earned his spot by winning the Made in Denmark tournament one day before Clarke made his Captain's Picks.
"It was probably one of the toughest phone calls I have ever had to make (calling Knox)," Clarke said.
The European team's automatic qualifiers are Masters champion Danny Willett of England, Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland, PGA champion Henrik Stenson of Sweden, Chris Wood of England, Sergio Garcia of Spain, Justin Rose of England, Rafa Cabrera Bello of Spain, Andy Sullivan of England and Matthew Fitzpatrick of England.
--EMC Corporation, a supporter of the Deutsche Bank Championship since 2003, will become title sponsor of the second event in the FedEx Cup Playoffs next year.
The tournament will continue will its traditional Monday finish on Labor Day weekend at TPC Boston. The official name of the tournament will be announced at a later date.
"We are very pleased to introduce EMC as the incoming title sponsor after lending such strong support as both a Founders Club partner and a local presenting sponsor of the Deutsche Bank Championship since the tournament's inception in 2003," Deputy Commissioner Jay Monahan of the PGA Tour said.
"As a locally based company, we have seen how committed and engaged EMC has been and how important the tournament is to their leadership team. We are confident the tournament will continue to build upon the significant success that has been achieved over the past 14 years."
The Deutsche Bank Championship was first played in 2003, when the PGA Tour returned to the Boston market for the first time since the last New England Classic was played in 1998.
When the FedEx Cup playoffs began in 2007, the Deutsche Bank Championship became the second of the four events. Deutsche Bank completed its 14-year run as title sponsor with the tournament last week.
--Inbee Park of South Korea withdrew from the Evian Championship, the final LPGA Tour major of the year later this month, because of a nagging injury to her left thumb.
Park's withdrawal came as something of a surprise since she played brilliantly while winning the Olympic gold medal in her last outing in Rio de Janeiro.
"The Evian Championship means so much to me, and I really wanted to see the beautiful Evian Resort Golf Club once again and compete to win," said Park, who is No. 4 in the World Golf Rankings.
"Unfortunately, my left thumb injury needs more rehabilitation than I wished for. Last week, I had to put on a cast to immobilize my left thumb and the recovery is potentially expected longer than the Evian Championship week. Therefore, I will be unable to commit to this year's championship, and I will focus on getting fully recovered from the injury and put all efforts to being back on the golf course as soon as possible."
Park, who missed the U.S. Women's Open and her title defense at the Ricoh Women's British Open this year because of the injury, won the Evian in 2012, before it became the LPGA's fifth major.
The 28-year-old Park, won owns seven major titles, hopes to play in her home country event, the KEB Hana Bank Championship, which will be played Oct. 13-16 in Incheon, South Korea.