Form and experience combine to give New Zealand one of its strongest teams for golf's world world amateur teams Eisenhower Trophy championship in Turkey in October.
Masterton's Ben Campbell heads the team, which also includes Gore golfer Vaughan McCall and Mathew Perry of Hamilton.
New Zealand Golf chief executive Dean Murphy says the race for the three positions was hotly contested, and the selectors had chosen an experienced team with a proven track record.
"Ben, Vaughan and Mat have been consistent performers as New Zealand reps over the past two years," he said.
It will be Campbell's second Eisenhower tournament after a solid effort in Argentina two years ago.
McCall is the New Zealand stroke play and amateur champion, while Perry is a former national amateur champion.
It is 20 years since New Zealand won the Eisenhower Trophy in Canada. The team of Phil Tataurangi, Michael Campbell, Stephen Scahill and Grant Moorhead won by seven shots ahead of favourites America.In 2010, the men's team of Campbell, Ryan Fox and Peter Spearman-Burn finished fourth in the Eisenhower in Argentina, and Campbell finished fourth individual.