British Open Style Recap\nMr. Style turns in his grades for the best and worst dressed at Muirfield\nLooks like two winners to me. I've never seen Bones look that good. P.S.: It didn't go unnoticed that this was a lighter, brighter Sunday clothing selection for Phil. Obviously it worked.\nThis is clearly G-Mac's signature look: tartan trousers, bold color-blocked shirt and those great white Eccos.\nSpeaking of signature looks, nothing defines RLX better than the colorful wardrobe that Luke Donald has adopted.\nThumbs up on the engineered print on DJ. Simple, clean and graphic.\nLove the pants, love the shoes, just don't like them together. He's got the right belt and hat, but it almost looks like he forgot to bring the right footwear. Either that, or these adidas are so comfortable, he doesn't care what he looks like.\nCharl Schwartzel's body English gives us a good look at his head-to-toe style.\nThere's something to be said for making black and white work. And I think the key to this J. Lindeberg outfit is most assuredly the black belt.\nWhile I love the bright stripes, there's simply too much dark color. There's no definition to the look. The only thing that stands out is the Nike swoosh.\nIt's not difficult to spot this broadcaster. Those floral pants are right on trend and I know there's a reason he has the hat backwards. I just don't know what that reason is.\nAttention shoppers! Do not attempt this at home unless you have the following ingredients: a world-class golf game; the confidence to combine two patterned elements; a deep appreciation for playing in Scotland (the graphics on his sweater). It all works beautifully. Like that wrist candy, too.\nI'm sure Horschel's as disappointed as we are that he didn't get to the weekend. We missed the opportunity to see that great RLX Sunday outfit\n\n.\nThis is what is called style camouflage. Classic, IJP Inc. tartan trews matched with a clean bold top. Looks like his son Joshua's already taking a page from the old man's scrapbook with those tartan shorts.\nWe've been saying this all year: Tommy Hilfiger, red-white-and-blue, Keegan Bradley, it all works. This is a great picture, because not only are the clothes great, you get an insight into his personality.\nIsn't it amazing how trim Tom Watson looks at 63?\nI don't know about you, but I am through with this "match the belt to the shoes and the hat" motif. Let's change the rules and match the belt to the pants or the shirt. This looks like a military outfit.\nLove the shirt, just wish Oakley would've selected solid color trousers to create a cleaner image. They almost look like seersucker, and that's not necessarily good for television.\nSee comments on Martin Laird.\nHooray for Ryan Moore! Hooray for Ryan Moore! I think these red pants are great, and I love that he picked up that red detail on those True Linkswear shoes. Nice finish, too.\nShingo's in a class by himself. With his shirt untucked and that hat, he's channeled George Lopez on the course -- only with better fitting pants.\nHere's a great example of stylish dressing. Is that another pair of the Poulter trousers? Plaid and the British Open is the perfect match. The bright sweater is terrific, and look at those shoes.\nCaution, caution, Boo Weekly on the tee! Beige trousers combined with the yellow shirt and adidas zeros look great. The only thing I would change is the black belt, which immediately draws your attention to Boo's waist. Need we say more?\nHas Hunter been watching Regis Philbin reruns? Wearing one color, such as this blue, gives more of a uniform appearance than a style. Looks like he's part of a marching band.\nNotice the hat and shirt go together. Also note the belt and shoes match. And then notice how great it looks.\nI love this sweater vest on Tiger. P.S: I also love how he covers up that white belt.\nDarren Clarke doing IJP Design proud. And doing himself proud in the process.\nIf you look closely, you'll notice that Adam Scott is wearing a UNIQLO AIRism undershirt with this clean, modern look. Don't worry, that's just a tee in his hand.\nThis is the one exception to the shoes, belt, and hat match rule. With white trousers, it looks in sync.\nJason Day dressing like Dustin Johnson. Or is it Dustin Johnson dressing like Jason Day? Oh, whatever.\nThere must be something with my TV set, because I couldn't believe that Oakley would script Zach Johnson in this sublimated print. There's too much going on, and the red in the belly does not create a great visual. It looks like he just came from the slaughter house.\nClean, modern, bold. Looks smart.\nI like this photo because it's two of the finest gentleman in the game, and two of the most interesting people in golf. It's bold, but not out of character, for Jimenez to wear orange. It's more elegant than, say, a Rickie Fowler orange, and those spectator Nebuloni shoes are really great! He's coordinated well with the perfect pants and belt. This is a great lesson in style: pick one element and have some fun with it.\nLet's hope he keeps wearing the Oscar Jacobson Plus Twos. This is the second tournament he's worn them, this is the second time he's played on the weekend with them.\nIs this called a straight flush? Four of a kind? It certainly makes you smile.\nIs this the casting call for my new TV show, "Please Make Me Over"?\nWhat is it about the majors that enables people to dress like it's Halloween? I'd empty the candy bowl on these characters.