Presidents Cup Style Review\nMr. Style's weekly look at what people are wearing on and off the golf course checks in from Muirfield Village\nThe three amigos in Dick Tracy-style jackets, that by the way, happen to fit very well. I especially like the pocket squares on Haas and Couples\nIf I were ever going to run an ad for flat-front pants, this might as well be it. Both shoe colors work exceptionally well (Tiger's work even better with that black belt). This is interesting because Tiger normally matches shoes, belt and hat, which is probably why this picture caught my eye.\n...have we ever seen Adam Scott look anything but superb? I think he looks like a million bucks in this outfit. Check out those new prototype FootJoy shoes. They look really cool and sleek.\nThose yellow vests add some life to the outfits, especially when worn by two of the International's elite. Then again...\nSpeaking of shoes, we've seen these on Duf before, but they really do work with the red, white and blue outfit of the Presidents Cup. And just a note: Don't be surprised that we're talking about Dufner's style, because he's got plenty of it.\nWe're so used to seeing Graham DeLaet in brightly-colored Sligo that it might be a bit of an adjustment to see him in this black Peter Millar outfit if it didn't look so terrific on him.\nIt's getting pretty scary when the caddie looks as good, if not better, than the player. I love that red rain suit Kuchar's caddie Lance Bennett is sporting.\nLove the green pants on the International team's opening day, and I really love that special Cape Buffalo belt from House of Fleming.\nSay what you will about Keegan Bradley's Nike MJ kicks, I think they're really fun. And frankly, I think the no-see socks also look OK.\nLet me be the 473rd person to say these boots are made for walking. The Hunter rainboots are right on trend, especially given the conditions. And kudos for the red, white and blue, even if it's a lot of red.\nThumbs up for 43 and Couples. They both look very sporty and stylish.\nIt's a bird, it's a plane, it's...\nI'm just curious about how the guys at Loudmouth are reacting to this image. I'd be shocked if they weren't working on their own version of the cow pattern for their 2014 line. I, myself, am jonesing for those argyle socks and green glasses. Are there really lenses in those?