The Week In Style: 09.17.14\nMr. Style's weekly look at what people are wearing on and off the golf course. Want his take on your look? Submit your style to @GolfDigestMag on Twitter using #HeyMrStyle.\nHere's McIlroy in pretty much his standard issue Nike look; a lot of gray with a little color. And by the way, take a look at those shoulders. There's no distortion on this photograph. They are huge!\n\n Nike Golf\nThe FedEx Cup champ looks great -- as usual. I think it's just terrific that there's someone out there who has enough confidence to wear outfits that make a statement. The trousers he wore on Sunday are so beautifully made that the patterns match not only from leg to leg, but seam to seam. And if you think that's no big deal, take a look at a pair of patterned trousers the next time you're in a golf shop and you'll see how difficult that is. The image on the right is a nice reminder that you don't have to go loud and colorful to make a great sartorial statement. And let's not forget those great FootJoy shoes.\n\nRLX Ralph Lauren Golf\n\n FootJoy\nRickie Fowler's signature orange got a slight upgrade in 2014. Love the five-pocket design on the trousers, and I actually think the slit works perfectly at this length.\n\n PUMA Golf\nWe haven't been talking about Sandra Gal enough this year. Here she is channeling Ai Miyazato with the socks, and dressing with a ton of creativity. We love the vest, especially the details and the drawstring to keep it from interfering with her swing. Efficient and stylish.\n\n Callaway Apparel\nIf you're looking for someone to model your clothing line, here's a prime candidate. He moves athletically, his game's solid, and when he's physically 100 percent he's always in the mix. In fact, he's in the mix even when he's not 100 percent.\n\nadidas Golf\nWe love the color on Jordan. Keep it coming!\n\n UnderArmour Men's Golf\nGreat form displayed here by Webb. The only thing I don't like about this image is that I can't show you what great shape he's in. Webb's taken a very disciplined approach to his fitness in 2014, with great success.\n\n IZOD Golf\n\n FootJoy\nKim's swing plane and the design of her vest match perfectly, and those trousers aren't too shabby either. Always great to see the week's winner on the style leader board as well.\nI can't think of a cuter image. Everything about this speaks to all of the great things that golf represents. Puma, sign her up!\n\n PUMA Golf\nYoung people who have this great enthusiasm for the game and smile this big get a hall pass for combining two patterns. Connery looks like a million bucks to me!\nVery, very fashion-forward statement by Paula this week. The black and white cardigan returns!\n\nadidas Golf\nCheyenne just looks great. Everything about this outfit is perfectly simple, coordinated and effective. The all black long-sleeve polo with the texture adds a nice touch.\n\n Nike Golf\nYou've got to love anyone who will wear red pants on tour and coordinate it with an engineered red-striped shirt. Oh, and then also includes it in the glove and hat details. Talk about being in sync!\n\nadidas Golf\nGosh, don't they look terrific?\nThis is the look of rehabbing in 2014.\nHis game -- and those shoes -- are awesome.\n\nRLX Ralph Lauren Golf\n\n FootJoy\nLove those Giants! And if the weather is cold enough, we're OK with knit hats as well.\nThis shirt creates a great graphic silhouette, and I'm starting to re-think the short sleeve over the long sleeve, because this is an effective look. Like wearing a belt that's the same color as your trousers, when the undershirt is the same color, it blends seamlessly.\nThe new LPGA singing sensation? Talk about having fun!