The Week In Style: 12.02.14\nWhat worked -- and what didn't -- this week on tour\nIn a bit of a departure from his normal Nike gear, the World No. 1 rocked this bold-striped, color-blocked kit in red on Sunday. There's nothing wrong with this rig, although Rory has a lot going on with seemingly something different on each panel of the polo. Likewise, the black belt and red trouser are each awesome pieces, but together they create a ton of contrast.\n\n Nike Golf\nSpieth dropped an eight-under 63 on the field Sunday to take home the title Down Under at the Emirates Australian Open. He sported a slightly more interesting look here from Under Armour with this engineered tonal stripe as opposed to the company's standard solid setups. We still haven't seen a ton of color on Spieth from UA, but that seems to fit the kid's strong, silent style.\n\n Under Armour\nSaturday's setup was lighter, brighter and looked much stronger. It also did a nice job showcasing the new, Rory-inspired Lunar Control 3 shoes, which look like one of Nike's strongest set of spikes yet.\n\n Nike Golf\nScott also cued up some crimson this weekend playing back home in Australia. I'm all for keeping things simple, but frankly the solid polo and khakis looked pretty pedestrian on one of the game's best dressed dudes. Particularly when you compare it to . . .\n\n Uniqlo\n\n FootJoy\nEven though the Australian didn't have his strongest outing in Sydney (T-46), he certainly kept his style game on point. Fit should always come first no matter what look you're going for, and this is a nice example of how to get your golf gear straight. His pants land just on top of his shoes, his sleeves bisect his biceps and his polo fits comfortably to keep from encumbering his swing but not billow atop his belt strap, either.\n\nCerutti Golf\n\n FootJoy\nThis navy-on-navy look Scott put together Friday. It's just as simple, but his monochromatic move feels stronger and more serious.\n\n Uniqlo\n\n FootJoy\nThe Australian Rules footballer made our style cut in this 1980s-inspired, multi-color, striped polo with navy trousers. Although there's nothing overly technical about this look, it certainly isn't classic, either. This cool, casual rig strikes that perfect balance between an on- and off-course aesthetic. If you're trying to pull off the seamless slide from the 18th green to the bar down the street, this could be the kit for you.