The Week In Style: 03.26.13\nEach week our Mr. Style, Marty Hackel, weighs in on the fashion highs and lows from around the golf world\nI know we keep showing photos of Ishikawa, but he keeps looking this great and stylish every week.\nLadies and gentleman, let us introduce you to one of the best dressed Tour players in 2013.\nSandra doing her best Ai Mizazato impersonation and making it work wonderfully!\nSay "yes" to Noh. He's young, can hit it a mile, has no waist and the white belt with the white pants works!\nDid Robert Gamez just sign a deal with Sherwin Williams?\nThis new trend of snug-fitting bottoms has to be handled with great care. Michelle Wie is tall, so it works, but . . .\nIt's growing on me.\n. . . it doesn't work for Recari. Because she's shorter in stature, the tight pants with a stripe down the side are much less flattering.\nThe No. 1 player in the world can wear whatever he wants, whenever he wants. His red shirt reminds me of my six-pack abs. Sort of . . .\nDo I think it works? I don't think that's the point. The point is she's pushing the envelope, and for that I think we have to give her a big thumbs up.\nFor those of you who like to match your shoes with your glove, your hat and your belt, take note. Go on, Charley. Go on.\nIs Compton planning a move to Sweden?\nEvery week Ai Miyazato wears something interesting and different. Love the polka dot shorts. This gal's got style!\nThis is the reason you need the sleeveless cardigan in your golf wardrobe.\nIf I didn't know any better, I'd say this was the perfect Ivy League outfit. And by the way, I love the shoes!\nLooking like a Korean prepster. Really well done!\nKeegan, Hilfiger. Hilfiger, Keegan. Good, good. P.S: This is the correct length of trousers in 2013.\nNow we're sure the Cat In The Hat look can work. Although I'd probably shorten the pants a few inches.\nThere's something to be said about dressing to your attitude. This is the perfect fit for Boss.\nInteresting. All white other than a few great red details.\nPresenting the 2013 Crayola Trophy winner, Rickie Fowler.