Excellent choice of shirts all week, and the white paints pair nicely as they add contrast. Rory's color selections should be on the clean, bright side as opposed to the dark and sombre side.
If you're looking for trends, stop right here. The neon graphic tipping to the shirt is precisely on point, and the TW '14s with the green accents coordinate perfectly. Simple and extremely effective.
Finally! Some great color from Adam. We've been wondering if we would see any more variety in 2014 from last week's World No. 1.
This is a perfect example of why you should add a little contrast to put emphasis on the message; in this case, the shirt. Rickie's pops while Jonas' sort of blends in with his pants.
Pretty smart and subtle of adidas to just vary the color on Sergio's shirt and effectively use the belt as an exclamation point.
Maybe it's just me, but these red shoes are looking a bit Ronald MacDonald.
Tommy Hilfiger Golf
Here's Justin Rose channeling Gary Player. You know what? I think it works. And I think the white shoes are just fine as well.
Here's Henrik channeling Arnold Palmer circa 1962. Nice shades.
I don't know about you, but I think the statute of limitations has run out on this slit at the bottom of the trousers.
Zzzz. . . oh, I'm sorry, I fell asleep there for a moment. To be fair, this is a really great image, and I know there's a subtle pattern on the shirt, but it's so hidden in this photo, that we know it definitely doesn't come across on television.
UnderArmour Men's Golf
Hey Matt, repeat after me: pleats are great if you're over 60-years old.
Is Thomas Bjorn starting to look a little like Graham DeLaet to you too? Maybe not as bright as DeLaet's wardrobe, but that Callaway shirt sure does look cool and the contrasting placket makes it pop.
I love this shirt on Ryan Moore. Big stripes, big trend.