Mr Style's Ryder Cup Fashion Review\nOur Mr. Style weighs in on the fashion statements made at Gleneagles\nTeam Europe\n\nThe European team always seems to look crisp, athletic and purposeful. Not only are they a straight-forward, well-designed group, but they wear it with a great sensitivity to fit. Nothing oversized here. Well, perhaps Thomas Bjorn's beard.\nTeam USA\n\nThe U.S. team's uniforms for 2014, like 2012, were designed by Ralph Lauren. It is clearly evident that they learned a great deal from 2012, and the designs made available to the team, captains and significant others, were a positive refinement. Evidence No. 1, this image.\nMartin Kaymer (Preview Day)\n\nMartin Kaymer's thistle intarsia half-zip sweater is better understood with this image. We particularly like the color blocking, which is right on trend.\nEuropean Team Members at the Gala Dinner\n\nWhile the Canali-designed wardrobe is dark and serious, it's dark and respectful. Dubuisson sure livens it up with those red socks.\nScottish Pipers\n\nIt's impossible to get more traditional than this image of the full kit. Pretty cool.\nThe Captains And Their Wives at the Gala Dinner\n\nClearly a before image with everyone looking terrific.\nRickie Fowler (Preview Day)\n\nA great example of how perfectly synchronized the US team's practice and game wardrobe was created. That red detail -- from the shoes, to the pocket, to the zipper, and to the hat -- simple, and impactful.\nMartin Kaymer, Victor Dubuisson and the European team wives at the Gala Dinner\n\nI think I figured this out; both of these guys are single.\nWebb Simpson (Preview Day)\n\nLove everything about this outfit, except the blue, long-sleeve compression shirt. American players seem to have a notion that this is a useful combination. To me it's totally out of synch. You'll have a hard time finding any of the European players making this a go-to wardrobe choice.\nSergio Garcia (Preview Day)\n\nThe tartan is surely fitting in the Scottish environment. And notice how it's the only element that's busy with this outfit.\nRickie Fowler at the Opening Ceremony\n\nWell, at least it's not a tattoo.\nJamie Donaldson (Day 1)\n\nWeather forecast: cold and cheerful.\nThe Gallery\n\nThere's always at least one fan in the crowd who has a creative, and historical hat. This one's a beauty!\nRory McIlroy at the Opening Ceremony\n\nLooks pretty good, only suggestion I'd have is to unbutton the top button on the jacket. Starting to look like an NFL color commentator.\nSam and Suzanne Torrance at the Opening Ceremony\n\nWe love this image, but we'd definitely shorten Sam's sleeves.\nThomas Bjorn (Day 1)\n\nIs this Thomas Bjorn or Walter White? I wonder what Walt's handicap is?\nThe Gallery\n\nNeed we say more? Or anything for that matter?\nIan Poulter (Day 1)\n\nPoulter in motion.\nJackie Stewart\n\nJackie Stewart, the legendary Formula 1 champion, looking fantastic in what we would assume to be the Stewart tartan.\nJordan Spieth & Patrick Reed (Day 1)\n\nYou're looking at the future of American golf. The intarsia sweaters were specifically requested by Tom Watson as reminders of what the team was playing for and an acknowledgment to a similar design worn by the tean in 1993 when Watson was the captain of the winning squad.\nTom Watson\n\nCheckerboard rainwear; graphic and effective.\nHunter Mahan (Day 2)\n\nWe love the beanie cap, the tartan trousers. . . in fact, we like the whole outfit with the exception of you-know-what.\nIan Poulter (Day 2)\n\nPoulter in motion, take two.\nJimmy Walker (Day 1)\n\nIt was a pretty stylish start to Walker's Ryder Cup career.\nThe Gallery\n\nThe gallery, indeed.\nThe Gallery\n\nPleased to see the Canadian curling team attending the Ryder Cup.\nPhil Mickelson & Keegan Bradley (Day 1)\n\nAnother example of great teamwork and the out-of-synch long-sleeve look.\nRickie Fowler (Day 2)\n\nMaybe the best look of the week. The only recommendation I'd make is to wear a light-colored shirt under the flag sweater to frame the image.\nKeegan Bradley's Shoes\n\nCheck out the laces on Keegan's Jordans.\nThe Gallery\n\nI'm speechless.\nThe Gallery\n\nPerfect.\nKeegan Bradley & Michael Jordan (Day 2)\n\nEven Jordan is making the mistake of short sleeve over long. I know, I know he's Michael Jordan, but it still doesn't look right. Love the hooded sweater though.\nJillian Stacey\n\nPerfect.\nPhil Mickelson (Day 3)\n\nPhil starting to look familiar in the red pants and that great multi-purpose cardigan. The New Era caps were coordinated with the wardrobe each day.\nJim Furyk (Day 3)\n\nEven with you-know-what, I think this is one of the best images of Jim Furyk we've ever seen. He looks trim, athletic and bold.\nHenrik Stenson (Day 3)\n\nPerfect fit on Stenson, but how many of us have that physique?\nThe Gallery\n\nWhat are the Minnesota Vikings fans doing at the Ryder Cup?\nMartin Kaymer (Day 3)\n\nThis sums it up perfectly. Congrats to the European team on a well-played and well-dressed week!\nRory McIlroy's Shoes\n\nI can't understand why the PGA of America does not permit manufacturers to put their symbols on any of the Ryder clothing or headwear, but disregard the rules when it comes to footwear. Inconsistent at best.