Fashion Highlights from the 2010 Masters\nRyo Ishikawa\n\nThe traditional Masters green has many interpretations.\nMatteo Manassero\n\nWhen you're 16 and you get the color trend right, you have a bright style future. P.S. The kid's got a bright golf future, too!\nAnthony Kim\n\nPurple is the new black!\nAlvaro Quiros\n\nBlack is also the new black.\nRobert Karlsson\n\nThe FootJoys Masters Special Edition: beautiful. The new rule is that you don't have to wait until Memorial Day to wear white pants.\nFred Couples\n\nLook, no socks! In cool Ecco's.\nIan Poulter\n\nIan Poulter creatively matches his footwear to his clothing.\nCharl Schwartzel\n\nThe perfect application of the white belt.\nHenrik Stenson\n\nHenrik's plaid is Boss, too!\nAdam Scott\n\nAdam Scott's plaid: subtle but stylish.\nNick Watney\n\nWatney's white belt is Boss!\nIan Poulter\n\nPoulter + Poulter = Plaid\nRyan Moore\n\nRyan Moore's classic interpretation results in a hole-in-one.\nTom Watson\n\nPolo golf stripes set the standard -- just like Tom Watson.\nFred Couples\n\nCouples' retro Ashworth proves older guys know how to be hip.\nPhil Mickelson\n\nPhil and Bones: that's the black and white of it.\nLee Westwood\n\nLee Westwood and Billy Foster: a great pair.\nArnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player\n\nThe Three Amigos: stylish as ever.