Masters Style Review\nBubba Watson & Adam Scott\n\nWho wore it better? Congratulations to Bubba for Masters win No. 2. They should have your size down pat.\nBubba Watson\n\nWe'd just like to point out that Bubba played significantly better the two days he wore engineered stripes than the days he wore solid. Six strokes to be exact: -7 to -1.\nJordan Spieth\n\nI was pretty rough on Jordan earlier in the week for dressing like my grandfather in grey, so this outfit was a pleasant change of pace for the week. Notice the prototype UnderArmour golf shoes.The only thing that would make this look better would be if the trousers were a little bit shorter so as to avoid bunching up, but I'm nit-picky.\nThe Johnson Children\n\nWhat a great-looking, color-coordinated statement the Johnson family (as in Zach) made at the Par 3 contest. They even all had SeeMore putters with green grips. Pretty cool.\nFred Couples\n\nThis is just a great, classic image of Freddie with caddie Mark Chaney. Talk about coordination!\nGuys In Red\n\nI don't know whether this is an exception or a stronger trend, but everywhere you turned around at Augusta, you saw someone in red pants. It was almost as though it was the go-to look.\nIan Poulter\n\nInteresting wardrobing from Ian Poulter this year. Soft, but I think the color combination is quite good. And a smart hairstyle to boot.\nMartin Kaymer & Dominic Foos\n\nIt looks like Martin Kaymer is passing along some Boss style tips to Dominic Foos, one of the top junior golfers in the world.\nBill Haas\n\nWe need to give a big shout out to Bill Haas. This was not only Bill Haas' best Peter Millar outfit of the week, but also his best scoring day. Coincidence?\nMike Weir\n\nBoy, I love this. I think this is an effective use of color. The simple grey sweater makes the green really pop.\nGraeme McDowell\n\nAnother beautiful green shirt, and those are some great Kartel trousers.\nPractice Day\n\nOne of the great things about watching the players during the practice round is you get to see more of their personality. Clearly these guys were having a good time and enjoying each other's company. And fellowship knows no age.\nCaroline Wozniacki\n\nBefore and after. Or should we say, from punk to chic?\nCondoleezza Rice\n\nCondoleezza's right on trend with the colored placket.\nThorbjorn Olesen\n\nAs always, looking colorful and current with that contrast placket. This is a great look.\nThe Simpsons\n\nNotice the great Izod pants on Webb (still wish we got to see them on TV), and Dowd's able to make the caddie jumpsuit look fashionable by rolling up the cuffs and keeping it open like a jacket.\nLee Westwood\n\nThat Antigua shirt is just glowing!\nJason Day & Bernhard Langer\n\nI happen to think this is proof positive that the all-white outfit is ageless. As in no one of any age should wear it.\nRory McIlroy\n\nThis is how we like to see McIlroy, with a nice shot of color in the shoes, in the belt, in the shirt, in the bracelet . . .\nRickie Fowler\n\nI think this is a great Puma outfit. The shirt's a little busy for television, but in photos it looks clean. Right on trend with the engineered stripes, and a white hat without a logo on the front? Love it!\nDrive, Chip & Putt Champs\n\nAnd a big round of congratulations to all of the participants in the Drive, Chip & Putt Championship. Golf will be the ultimate winner, and hopefully next year Augusta lets them wear more than khaki.\nGonzalo Fernandez Castano\n\nIt was nice to see Gonzalo's turned-up collar all four days of the tournament. And notice how his belt's not matching his hat (or shoes if you could see them). Very savvy.