Spaniard Garcia is making his 10th Ryder Cup appearance and is Europe’s all-time leading points scorer.
Poulter, who is somewhat of a talisman for Europe, also has an impressive record at the competition, boasting an undefeated card in the singles format.
Harrington’s fellow Irishman Lowry will be making his debut appearance at the Ryder Cup, although he calls reaching the famous biennial tournament, which gets underway at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin on September 24, a “career-long goal.”
Justin Rose was the highest profile name to miss out on Harrington’s Ryder Cup team. The 2021 form of the former world No. 1, who has played in five Ryder Cups, meant he failed to even qualify for the PGA Tour’s 125-man FedExCup Playoffs in August.
Earlier on Sunday, Lee Westwood, Matt Fitzpatrick and Bernd Wiesberger confirmed their spots as the final three automatic qualifiers for the European team after the final round of the BMW PGA Championship.
It will be Westwood’s 11th appearance at the competition, equaling Nick Faldo’s record for most Ryder Cup appearances for Team Europe.
Lowry, Hovland and Wiesberger are all making their Ryder Cup debuts.
Team USA captain Steve Stricker on the other hand has picked six rookies for his side in the hopes they can reclaim the trophy.
Daniel Berger, Scottie Scheffler, Harris English, Xander Schauffele, Collin Morikawa and Patrick Cantlay will all be making their Ryder Cup bows at Whistling Straits.