Graham, what's the deal? Are you matching your socks to your putter grip AND wristband?
It's great to see some new, talented players winning on tour. Especially those who dress so well. We love the green Ashworth shirt, and that sure looks like a House of Fleming belt to us.
Take a careful look at the fit on Kaymer' BOSS trousers. They're cut trim, which helps give Martin a seriously athletic look.
Someone at Ralph Lauren was pretty smart to sign Morgan to wear RLX. Bright, clean and modern. We think the black belt with the black shirt was a good move to help balance the yellow, and we'll even excuse the contrasting orange belt because it's a nod to his Oklahoma State loyalty. And we love those FootJoy shoes.
Peggy Nelson looks fantastic! And she's still got the style. Love those patterns!
Seems to me that Casey's dressing a bit more like the cars he likes to drive: fast, sleek and neat, right down to that simple, elegant belt buckle.
Each week we try to avoid including Ryo, and every week he raises the bar. When you talk about a total look, all you need is one photograph of Ishikawa. Even at midnight in front of the refrigerator, I bet this guy looks great.
It's great to see a familiar face making his Week in Style debut. We're happy to see Ryuji's fashion statements on tour again.
I think Keegan's Hilfiger shirt is an interesting one. It continues in the all-American red, white and blue theme that's becoming his signature, and the vertical engineered stripes are right on trend.
The LEGO belt is back!
Is this golf apparel or modern art? It's both! Actress Kristy Swanson just launched a line of women's golf wear, and we think it's great. If you feel comfortable wearing a dress on the course, who are we to argue with Buffy?
This is a classic case of kid outdressing dad. The young man is right on trend with a graphic pattern and contrasting placket, and wearing his shirt untucked should be perfectly acceptable. The bucket hat just finishes the look.
We're giving an 'A' for effort. I like the leggings and the color matching, but there's a lot going on. Your eye is drawn to the white neckline or calves more than the outfit. A good belt would help.