The Week In Style: 04.30.14\nMr. Style's weekly look at what people are wearing on and off the golf course.\nRight on trend with the engineered-striped shirt from Nike. That's two thumbs up this week for Noh.\nLooks like this is going to be a regular feature in the Week In Style -- an image of Lydia Ko holding a trophy with that million-dollar smile.\nWhen the fairway looks like the runway: featuring two of the bright lights from the PGA Tour. Colorful wardrobes, energetic personalities, what more could you ask for?\nNo, this is not a new dance step, just a little Duval english. How great it was to see David back up on the leader board.\nKeegan's Srixon hat is looking more Red Sox every week (and looking quite smart at that). Now he just needs Nike to design him some Red Sox Jordans.\nThe colorful Michelle Wie in some great five-pocket red pants, and it seems each week she raises her accessory game as well.\nMartin looked good all week sporting that wrist band. Here he is matching his surroundings.\nCompton's Boss wardrobe is nicely in sync, and I happen to think matching your hat to your belt in this instance -- with the dark blue complimenting the light blue -- looks pretty solid.\nAt first I thought this might have been a great soccer outfit, but the more I look at it, the more I'm impressed with Park's sense of adventure. The knee socks, the shoes, the skort, even the detail on the compression shirt; she's got it all working. That's creative and fun!\nThe 2014 version of Scott Stallings is a lean, trim, athletic, birdie machine -- a perfect fit for Under Armour. P.S. Thumbs up on that belt.\nDanny's clothing provider, Iliac, has synchronized his belt and shirt with this interesting graphic pattern. While it might not look that good in print, it sure looks great in person. And a nice variation on the black and white theme as well.\nI couldn't resist saying something about that Hermes belt. Very stylish.\nWe can learn a lot from what the ladies are wearing on the LPGA Tour. Ryu's engineered top is bright, colorful and right on trend. And while this shot does not do justice to how cool they look in real life, her five-pocket cut Fila pants are a stylish combination of athletic and fit.\nNatalie Gulbis showing us one way to stay stylish and warm.\nTroy Merritt also looked great all week, and take note, because this is about as close as you're going to see of someone wearing pants that look like jeans.