PGA Championship Fashion Hits & Misses\nOur Mr. Style weighs in on the fashion statements made at the Ocean Course\nMcIlroy and Oakley were both big winners. Not only does the PGA champ have game, he's got great style.\nIf you look up "modern prep," this is the image you will see.\nThe Hugo Boss shirt uses color well and the trousers, while plain, look to be properly fit. We give it a B+\nYou can't be serious. Kooch with color? Kooch with flat front? Kooch with hybrid shoes? Looking sharp, Kooch.\nGood for you, Alan. The Falls Country Club (Lake Worth, Fla.) is well represented. Your dress is subtle with gray but everything coordinates very well.\nWhat is happening here? First we see Kooch in color and flat-front pants and now we see Haas driving down the same colorful, Peter Millar road. How great!\nWelcome back, Mr. Immelman. We missed your game and your style.\nChin up, old friend. You look marvelous. Love those adidas shoes. And matching your belt to your pants, genius!\nClarke and Bjorn: Two of my style icons both looking just great. I wonder what they're saying.\nCheck it out! Very summer. Very picnic. Very Polo. Very good.\nMatching lesson 101: Option A is match your belt to your trousers like Marc. Option B is to match your belt to your shirt. Both work.\nLuke and RLX. Notice the fit: it's spot on! Sure wish his game was.\nY.E. always has a colorful surprise for us and this is a beauty.\nScott is incapable of wearing anything and making it look bad. This Aquascutum combo is bold, fresh, and clean. Thumbs up!\nColsaerts has plenty of style. It's possible to look great wearing simple colors and simple combinations. Love the use of grey.\nG-Mac looking really smart in this classic ensemble. And good choice matching the belt to your shirt.\nPoulter taking a chance with both whites and pastels defines the statement "it's not just what you wear, but how you wear it."\nBadds looking bad (left), Badds looking good (right). Aaron sometimes takes it to the edge. These patterned beige trousers probably look great in person, but mosaic prints are hard to translate. But the all-blue combination, punctuated by the white belt, pops!\nRule No. 7: If you're big, do not wear bold, horizontal stripes. EVER.\nPhil has great trousers, great talent, and a great, big heart. Now he just needs to find a great barber.\nOMG. We love G-Mac, as he has great style, but the white belt every day is a bit much. Good for him, though, for wearing the same Kartel shirt in different colors every day.\nMaybe it's just me, but wearing a dark belt with these lighter-colored trousers and good-looking tops just does not work. No contrast would be so much smoother.\nDo not adjust the color on your set! Frankly, John Daly and Loudmouth Golf is a marriage made in heaven! And you know what? I think he looks like he's having a ton of fun.\nGeorge, you're obviously trim and in great shape. There is no reason at all for you to add all of those extra pleats.\nThe more I look at this shirt, the more I like it. Now for the pants. . .\nStand by. I will figure this one out eventually. . . . If you look really carefully, you'll see green on the hat and shoes as well.\nWhere's the mohawk guy\n\n when you need him? Is Loudmouth now doing glasses for their trousers?