U.S. Open Fashion Winners & Losers\nRobert Rock\n\nNo hat, no visa, no problem. Rock Rocks. Justin Bieber only wishes he had the Englishman's hair and game.\nBrian Gay and Kip Henley\n\nBrian Gay and Kip Henley make the perfect team. The Sligo color palette is strong and bold. Nice FJ's!\nLuke Donald\n\nWhen you're the No. 1 player in the world, you, too, can dress just like this: RLX shirt and belt work well for Luke. Having your daughter's name embroidered on your collar for Father's Day is a nice touch.\nWebb Simpson\n\nWebb Simpson with great color and game. Bold colors were prominent throughout the U.S. Open.\nHiroyuki Fujita\n\nOh my! These pants might look great on the hanger, but I'm not sure it works on him. Fit is an important ingredient.\nBud Cauley\n\nRoll Tide! The young Bud Cauley, having just inked the deal with IJ Poulter apparel, makes the cut for style and for score. There's a big future for this enthusiastic and talented player.\nIan Poulter and Rickie Fowler\n\nThe style poster boys telling a monochromatic story.\nCharley Hoffman\n\nHoffman's selection of green accents is just perfect from glove to belt to shoe. It's subtle and great.\nRyo Ishikawa\n\nDon't try this at home! Not only is Ryo in shape, his wardrobe is totally in sync. Notice the details down to the button on the back pocket and socks: perfect, just perfect.\nPhil Mickelson\n\nA risky color combination is best attempted by only the very confident.\nMatteo Manassero\n\nBravo Matteo! The colorful stripes match your enthusiasm. A proven winner.\nAaron Baddeley\n\nBeam me up, Scotty! When you're trim wearing a white belt, shoes and pants makes a unified, clean statement.\nBubba Watson\n\n"Birdies For The Brave" benefits from every Travis Matthew shirt sold. Designed by contest winner Clay Duerson from Lexington, Ky. A deserving design and cause.\nBrandt Jobe\n\nBlack shoes and belts work best on dark trousers that minimize the contrast.\nKenichi Kuboya\n\nAnother strong red statement with excellent fit. Kuboya has beautifully-tailored trousers and an interesting belt buckle. Attention Mick Jagger!\nRory Sabbatini\n\nHank Williams Jr. or Sabo? Pick 'em. A strong statement. Note: The cowboy hat and sunglasses are two key ingredients to sun protection.\nNick Watney\n\nSimple clean and coordinated. Nice combo: Hugo Boss and Nick Watney.\nRickie Fowler\n\nFowler continues to find new ways to make style statements. The Puma pattern accented with green shoes is totally "Pumarized!"\nY.E. Yang and Michael Bestor\n\nY.E. Yang represents color to the highest level in both clothing and equipment. Caddie Michael Bestor sporting great glasses.\nCamilo Villegas\n\nCamilo stripes it down the center with his J Lindeberg clothing. A sleek match in both fit and style.\nRory McIlroy\n\nRory's Oakley clothing (O Hydrolix polo, Take Pant 2, and Fast Jacket sunglasses) matched his great play, with a clean and consistent look. Keeping his shirts in the blue palette all week was an excellent strategy. Well done.