The two Swedes were at the top of their style games while squaring off at last week's Volvo Match Play Championship. Blixt and Stenson cue up some energetic color and nail the details with their rigs from Puma and Hugo Boss, respectively. Can we call it a draw?PumaHugo Boss
I may regret this but I'm calling it out anyway: Larrazabal looks really cool in this quarter-zip Callaway sweater vest. The fit is on point, giving him good range of motion in his swing, and the zip front is a more modern take on the standard V.Callaway Apparel
Seeing double? Just like Larrazabal, Moore nails the fit and smartly keeps his colors the same tone with his polo and vest. This helps Moore limit the contrast in his layered look and is a good move to copy in your own game as temperatures dip this fall.
While the FedEx Cup champ is known for his stylish Sunday trouser selections, he's also really good at balancing beautiful, classic golf shoes, like these FJ Shield Tips, with more modern moves from RLX. Horschel's a good guy to watch if you're thinking about mixing up the vibe in your own game.FootJoyRLX
For a guy with so much energy I'd sure like to see some more excitement from Reed's tournament rigs. Callaway has been doing some big things the last few months for a bunch of its tour staffers, and it's time to show this three-time PGA Tour winner some love. Also, while I'm all in favor of keeping things simple, there's a downside to wearing black pants and a white shirt: It's easy to end up looking like a bus boy.
Second week in a row Ryo rocks a tightly designed floral micro print from Callaway. The kid's obviously got another style gear many of us just don't. If you're looking for a fun way to add some energy to your look, micro prints are the way to go.Callaway Apparel
The playoff winner of the PGA Grand Slam of Golf shows us another example of why we've been off the white belt for some time now. Notice how the belt bisects his frame and draws your attention directly to his mid-section? Since Kaymer is a long and lean dude, he can get away with wearing pretty much whatever he wants. If you're not as fortunate, we'd suggest keeping your strap the same color as your shirt or trousers.
Sun's out, guns out in Las Vegas for Villegas! Feels like he's channeling a little Gary Player look here with the popped collar on his black polo, as well as his commitment to the curl.
Mark Foster's Caddie
It appeared as if Foster's caddie at the Hong Kong Open took UV protection very seriously while on the job. Big up to anyone who tells me where I can buy that hat.
Really dude? Que wears seemingly every glow-in-the-dark piece of clothing he owns together at the Hong Kong Open. He had a great week, finishing second, and clearly likes having fun with his gear, but might we suggest rocking one radioactive article at a time?
Bo Van Pelt
This is a good look for Bo from Alial Fital, a brand we're keeping an eye on. Sharp detailing on the collars and sleeve bands add a bit of interest to an otherwise classic set up.Alia Fital
I love this from Hoffman. This is how you should look at your follow through! Sharp flat-front trousers topped off with a matte-gray belt make for a clean, modern look. The Waste Management nod with the kelly-green hat and glove is also a fresh way to cue up just the right amount of color.TitleistFootJoy
As much as we love the monochromatic move, Junhasavasdikul shows us some single colors are better suited than others. All white is tough: Best case you look like a pro looper at Augusta, worst case, an orderly at a hospital.
That said, if you do feel like wearing your colors on the lighter side of the spectrum follow this Big Break bomber's lead and pair your whites with stones or light grays to keep your whole kit fresh and clean.Callaway Apparel
Oakley's aggressive colors look pretty incredible set against the backdrop of the ocean in Bermuda last week. Bubba's unorthodox move has seen a lot of successes over the years, and it looks as strong as ever here. Oakley and Bubba seem like the perfect match to me.Oakley
I'm really feeling the five-pocket for fall. Elvira puts together an energetic move at the Hong Kong Open in perfect on- and off-course balance. These pants look and feel just like a jean but dress up enough for any type of tour event. If you've got the game to pull of the teal trousers, more power to you.Under Armour