Who hit it pure from a fashion standpoint? Who had style shanks? We break down the best and the worst of style from Day 1 at the Masters.

Style Birdies

Morgan Hoffmann (Greyson)
Some wear camo to blend in. Morgan Hoffmann wore it to stand out, and he was completely on trend.

Jordan Spieth (Under Armour)
Cool and confident in blue.

Camilo Villegas (AG Green Label)
Effortless and casual. The green polo makes the Augusta Golf Gods happy.

Rickie Fowler (Puma Golf)
Fun, youthful and energetic, yet not over the top. Matching green accents on the shoes were a nice touch.

Dustin Johnson (Adidas Golf)
Props to DJ for ditching the scripted white belt in favor of a tonal grey strap. Sometimes players know better than their stylists.

Danny Willett (Callaway Golf UK)
Perfectly tailored, and those stripes really pop.

Cameron Tringale (Nautica)
Killing it softly. Perfect for the opening round of the Masters

Jamie Donaldson (J.Lindeberg Golf)
Crisp, clean and athletic. Appropriate use of the white belt.

Henrik Stenson (Hugo Boss Green)
Modern classic. Perfect fit. Love the blue.

Billy Horschel (RLX Ralph Lauren)
Gator crossing. Well-balanced color and contrast. Tonal belt creates a seamless look.

Style Bogeys
You will see a recurring theme here. I just don’t understand the monochromatic white look. Stick to navy, black and grey when going monochromatic.

Ian Poulter
Augusta milkman.

Russell Henley
Hospital orderly. Love the ‘do, though.

Paul Casey
Hospital orderly with highlighter tip.

Charl Schwartzel
No. Just no.

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