Week In Style: 03.09.16\nWhat worked – and what didn't – last week in Doral\nTeal is trending on tour, so expect to see more of this shade as we get into spring. For a bold look, combine this color with a pair of white trousers, a la Sergio last Sunday. If you prefer subtler style, follow Knox’s lead and soften the contrast by pairing your polo with a navy pant.\nDunning Golf\nSkechers\nAdidas\nIn its original state, polyester doesn’t breathe terribly well, which could be an issue given 99 percent of polos worn on the PGA Tour and sold in golf shops are made from some type of polyester fiber. With breathability being a key component of sweat wicking, however, companies have developed all sorts of workarounds. Adidas, for instance, has started knitting mesh panels into their polos. DJ wore one at Doral and looked pretty cool to me.\nAdidas\nPinstripe trousers are tough to wear in general, and you’ve got no chance to pull them off if they’re this baggy. Trim doesn’t need to mean tight, but a little taper below your knee line can go a long way to giving you a clean, lean look.\nCallaway Apparel\nHouse of Fleming\nA crisp pair of white trousers can make the simplest looks feel fresh. Assuming you’ve got your navys, grays and khakis covered, a white pant should be the next addition to your wardrobe. Some say it’s best to wait until Memorial Day to pull them out, but if the course is dry and the temps are high, I say go for it.\nCallaway Apparel\nFootJoy\nPolo Golf\n#Shotsfired – Rickie Fowler dropped this alarmingly accurate side-by-side on Instagram after Spieth wore a green rugby-stripe polo Saturday at Doral. No wonder Jordan only wears navy and gray.\nUnderArmour\nCamo continues to trend on (and off) the tour. Ironically, it seems to blend in less and less each season.\nFenix\nMélange designs are a cool way to add interest to your look without stepping out with too much color or pattern. These micro-polos wear just like single color but pack a lot more punch than your standard solids.\nPolo Golf\nFootJoy\nHaving said this several times before, I still think Fowler’s simplest looks are his most stylish. This graphic color-block polo in soft, slate tones is a mature, modern setup. Check out the April cover of the magazine if you need any more proof.\nPuma\nAnother week in a G/Fore glove and another strong tournament for the big man. This seems like a perfect pair.\nG/Fore\nOakley\nFrank rocked his Caddie of The Year bib this week at the HSBC Women’s Champions in Singapore. That, and a teal necktie…Good on you, Mr. Motion. Way to keep things classy.