The Week In Style: 09.23.15\nWhat worked -- and what didn't -- this week at the BMW Championship\nWe’ve talked often about how Adidas should do more to elevate Jason Day's style. He's a great ambassador playing at an epic level right now and both he and Adidas would do well to develop and iconic look for the guy. His looks last week at the BMW Championship on the way to yet another victory were steps in the right direction, but were still off the mark. This collar is way too small for a guy of Day's size. Sure, smaller collars are a bit trendier and can look more modern, but go too small and you'll look like your shopping in the boys department.\n\nAdidas Golf\nWe love the patterned pants but you know how we feel about the strap here. Every once and a while Rickie falls back into a bad habit of wearing a white belt with an otherwise smart looking setup and breaks up a cool rig. The white belt completely takes away from the subtlety of the tightly-checked trousers.\n\nPuma Golf\nSee how much smoother everything looks when he keeps his trousers and belt strap in the same tone? Also, I'm still really feeling that hat shape as it looks like one of the fresher shapes in headwear we've seen in a while.\n\nPuma Golf\nOn the topic of headwear, one of our favorites in the flat-brim is Nick Watney. Nick's got a very cool, contemporary aesthetic grounded in tons of matte shades of blues, teals and grays that all compliment the flat-brim perfectly.\n\nNike Golf\nMost of the guys I see on both public and private golf courses pair their basic stripe polos with khakis and call it a day. And while there's nothing wrong with that, I much prefer the way Jordan kitted out Saturday at the BMW Championship, using navy pants to take the look in a more tonal direction. Blue-on-blue combos feel much more modern than anything in the khaki family and is about an easy of an update you can work into your game with clothes you've probably already got in your wardrobe.\n\nUnder Armour\nWe talk a lot about monochromatic moves and how powerful they can make a player look on and off the course, but keep in mind that as well as this works for blacks and navys in the same shade, it works equally as well with different tones of grays. The key to this look is smooth transition and I think Rors' white Nike Lunar Control 3s work really nicely with the light gray trouser.\n\nNike Golf\nFor those of you looking to turn the style volume up to 11 while still keeping a modern, monochrome color pallet follow Mahan's lead and start working with brighter shades of blue. Anytime you turn up the wattage on your wardrobe, balance becomes increasingly important. A good guideline is to stick to white accessories with this look as black shoes, belts and hats can look a little balky with bright colors (See: Bubba Watson).\n\nUnder Armour\nNeither Oakley nor Bubba Watson are afraid of big, bright color statements and I do think Bubba looks best in brighter shades. But as mentioned previously, pairing bold pop looks with black pants is rarely a good move. There's just too much contrast here and the whole thing looks awkward. A lighter trouser would have made for a much more balanced Bubba. Well, as far as his clothes are concerned at least . . .\n\nOakley\nMaybe it's just because I live in Brooklyn but I see a lot more dudes rocking all sorts of beards these days. Sweden's David Lingmerth has his groom game on point and serves as a great example for those of you out there trying to flex some facial hair on or off the course. Beards are about balance -- natural, yet still clean and under control. Use clippers to trim around the cheeks and neckline and avoid razor sharp lines of demarcation. You're a human not a hedge for goodness sake.\n\nJ. Lindeberg\nKevin Na and South Korean sponsor Elrod continue to bring some of the most unique prints to the PGA Tour. I've never seen anything like these, and I’m not sure that's a good thing, either...\n\nElord\nReason # 476 to not wear a fanny-pack: Matt Jones may hit a golf ball into it.\n\nTravis Mathew\nThere's a difference between men who dress well and those who have great style. Men with the right clothes can dress well, but truly stylish men elevate anything they put on. Murray is one of our game's style icons.