Sweden's Henrik Stenson and Dane Soren Hansen have secured the final two spots in the 16-strong field for the World Match Play at Wentworth in October.
Stenson will line up for the £1m first prize on offer at Wentworth
Stenson and Hansen were invited as the top two players on the Order of Merit who had not already qualified.
Britain's Paul Casey will be defending his title at the West Course in Surrey from 11-14 October.
The field, including Open champion Padraig Harrington, are chasing the largest first first prize in golf, £1m.
Ten players qualified from their performances in the four majors, with the next four coming from European Tour qualifying events.
Argentina's US Open champion Angel Cabrera will play on the course where he won the PGA Championship in 2005 but Masters winner Zach Johnson and USPGA titleist Tiger Woods have declined their invitations.
World Match Play line-up: Paul Casey (England), Padraig Harrington (Ireland), Angel Cabrera (Argentina), Ernie Els (South Africa), Woody Austin (USA), Justin Rose (England), Retief Goosen (South Africa), Rory Sabbatini (South Africa), Jerry Kelly (USA), Andres Romero (Argentina), Niclas Fasth (Sweden), Hunter Mahan (USA), Anders Hansen (Denmark), Colin Montgomerie (Scotland), Henrik Stenson (Sweden), Soren Hansen (Denmark).