Masters Style Review\nMr. Style's weekly look at what people are wearing on and off the golf course makes a stop at Augusta National for the 2013 Masters\nWhy do people keep showing off all of their Masters badges? Because they can!\nYou don't want to mess with this high-stepping Aussie! If you think that bicep is good, you should see his 12-pack abs. Uniqlo sure hit a grand slam with their new spokesperson.\nThe fashion in the gallery is often more compelling than what the players are wearing. Lindsey Vonn is Example No. 1: I think she looks great.\nI'm personally thrilled that Henrik is back playing well because there's no one who is a better source of humor and great cheer. Boss green suits him well and he pulls off this look, which in theory is quite tricky. Henrik's a breath of fresh air, and sometimes his jokes are even funny.\nFew could make these gingham checkered RLX trousers look as great as they do on Matteo. It was a smart choice to go with the solid navy shirt. Now if we can just get him to find some more exciting socks, we'll have the total package. Check out those sleeves. This guy's got guns!\nMove over, Charley Hoffman. You're not the only one who can rock fluorescent green. Nice touch with those green Puma soles.\nSpeaking of green, as in Galvin Green, Donaldson's tartan pants not only look great, but must have been the perfect good luck charm on his way to a hole-in-one.\nG-Mac gets high marks for not going with a white belt with this very smart Kartel outfit.\nThis Richard Mille RM 038 Bubba Watson victory watch with the green flange is the perfect match for that green jacket. Just in case you're wondering, the suggested retail price is $650K.\nTalk about being perfectly coordinated. The red Puma shoes and belt buckle compliment the IJP tartans as well as the Cobra visor and driver. Even the tipping on his shirt collar is just the right touch.\nIs there anyone more perfectly coordinated from outfit through swing than Martin Kaymer? Oh yeah, Ian Poulter.\nMarty Nichals and Brad Harrison from Sydney showcase the loudmouth Aussie Rules trousers. Maybe they brought Adam Scott good luck because they were walking with him the whole way.\nNo one is more bummed out than I that Hunter Mahan didn't make the cut because his Under Armor clothing selections certainly made the fashion cut.\nI'd like to propose a race between these two, as they both use color to make a statement.\nThis kid's got style and game. How many 14-year-olds rock the buttoned-up shirt and plaid pants? He looks great!\nThe European players really understand how to wear their tartans.\nA smiling Caroline Wozniacki will bring sunshine to anyone's gallery. Perfect outfit!\nNice hat, Zach!\nLanger looks like an NFL official who is indicating there are three more yards for a first down. I think it's definitely worth mentioning that his Bogner trousers often have this additional right leg (cargo) pocket. If you or I showed up to a club in this, I'm sure someone in a blazer would ask us to change. Just ask Michael Jordan.\nSneds' Peter Millar trousers, belt and shirt are on our style leader board. Take note, all of you who match your belt, hat/visor and shoes. Isn't this an interesting alternative? Notice how great the blue belt looks matching the trousers rather than the shoes.\nThe 2012 Travelers Champ is looking trim and in contention. And is that an Aussie flag belt buckle? We've got to find out how to get one of those.\nCertainly not #Dufnering with this shirt.\nI guess it's no surprise that Gonzalo is Spanish. If this isn't a matador pose, I don't know what is.\nTo me, this looks great. Some color, some energy, some bounce back in that step. Please Nike, keep giving Rory some energetic options. If he keeps looking this confident on the course, it's sure to extend to his game.\nYou, too, can look like this when you grow up. Doesn't he look trim? And those Ecco shoes and shoelaces with the shirt . . . did someone really work that out? Nice touch!\nI love this. There is no one, I repeat, no one that coordinates their entire wardrobe better than Ryo. It's a shame the Japanese Callaway collection is not available in the States.\nDavid Lynn or Socrates? Pick 'em.\nTeam adidas, or is this the Carlsbad high school golf team? The adidas three amigos? I could go on for days describing the perfectly-uniformed adidas team.\nWell, almost perfect. It looks like Jason flip-flopped the days.\nAnd again.\nBut they were all back on the same page Sunday!