The Week In Style: 01.08.14\nMr. Style checks out the looks from Kapalua to see who's starting the year... in style\nDJ is one of the few players that always looks really solid. He's very aware of fit, and has nailed it to a T. He coordinates his outfits well and adds a touch of glamour with the exotic, animal-skinned belts.\nLooks like Zach was really striping it last weekend. With his build he can get away with these bold, graphic, horizontal stripes.\nSeems like everyone was wearing a shirt with a stripe(s) on it! You'll see a lot more of this young man in 2014. And on every occasion, he will behave beyond his years and dress in a simple, smooth style. Nothing flashy here, as that doesn't fit his focused approach.\nNew dad Chris Kirk (by the way, congratulations on the baby boy!) is sporting the clean, California look of Travis Mathew apparel, and his Kikkor footwear is fresh, young and modern.\nStripe up the band! Notice the trend? Here's another golfer who you will be seeing a lot of this year, as he's healthy and determined with a new trainer and a slimmed-down physique. His association with TRUE Linkswear has been a good one as they continue to introduce new, innovative designs. And innovative footwear designs.\nTake note, Streelman's wearing the Ogio line of clothing, which appears to fit him well and he's already playing at a very high level in 2014. He, too, is a new dad, so congratulations are in order as well!\nThat's right, this is an image of the new, slimmed-down, 2014 version of Webb Simpson. His work with trainer Ben Shear has visibly changed his appearance and if last week is any indication, his game is still at a very high level.\nWhile he was a few strokes over par, Ernst looked solid each and every day. And it's impressive that Oakley has styled him with a significantly different product than Zach Johnson. He's strong and athletic, and off to a very bright future.\nHere's an unusual image of Billy Horschel dressing very conservatively, and very well. The Footjoy shoes are starting to become a signature look on Tour, and it's a good one.\nAdam Scott and green go together beautifully. And what's amazing about this outfit is the pants, belt, and shirt combined are less than $100 at the Uniqlo store. That's great style and value.