The 2018 Ryder Cup is just under a month away now with anticipation building ahead of the famous event.
Both sets of automatic places have been taken up, meaning those who have missed out will rely on a wildcard selection from their respective captains.
It has often been accurately predicted who will be selected, but every now and again one captain will select a rogue choice some may not have seen coming.
The Ryder Cup makes it’s debut in France this year with Europe looking to snatch the trophy away from USA after a resounding defeat in Hazeltine back in 2016.
When will Thomas Bjorn announce Ryder Cup wildcard picks for Team Europe?
With Olesen claiming the final qualification spot, a number of European players will be hoping to hear their name called when Bjorn reveals his four wildcard picks.
The European captain will make his announcement on Wednesday, September 5.
All four wildcard picks will be revealed, and fans can watch Bjorn’s announcement live on Sky Sports from 2pm BST.
Ryder Cup 2018: Favourites for a Europe wildcard pick
The likes of Rafa Cabrera-Bello, Paul Casey, Thomas Pieters and Ian Poulter will be disappointed to have missed out on an automatic spot.
But they have been touted as the favourites to earn a wildcard pick having played in at least one Ryder Cup previously.
Russel Knox, Eddie Pepperell and Matt Wallace have also been mentioned with Bjorn staring at the possibility of handing any one of the trio a Ryder Cup debut.