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.

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

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

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

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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.

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

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

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

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

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

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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.

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

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Paul Casey
Hospital orderly with highlighter tip.

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Charl Schwartzel
No. Just no.

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