Adam Scott, Rickie Fowler, Luke Donald golf apparel at the 2011 Masters

1 of 8 John Biever/SI
looked awfully good almost winning. His clothes are by Aquascutum. Note Sunday's fine-striped beige shirt and white trousers, a color combination he wore, in reverse, the day before.
2 of 8 John Biever/SI
, who is dressed by Oakley, and Rickie Fowler, who wears Puma, looked exactly as you would expect while attacking Augusta Friday. Young and brash. Graphically snappy. Like kids having a good time out there. Then reality set in.
3 of 8 John Biever/SI
embodied a couple of contemporary golf's oddities—the broad, flat-brimmed baseball cap (like the ones worn by Yankees pitcher Joba Chamberlain) and green-apple colored clothes.
4 of 8 Fred Vuich/SI
may be one of the steadiest players, but on Saturday he was among the most daring looking – in Ralph Lauren pink and green, two colors, by the way, that are often on surprisingly friendly terms.
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tends to have a lot going on. In this case, an all-black cowboy look (Friday) and a pink shirt with piping (Saturday). Note the visor festooned with stylish tics: big white shades, a watch (!), unruly hair.
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and Graeme McDowell wear Military-style hats with smaller brims, but when they get busied up with logos and backward shades they start to look like inexpensive painter's caps. Sergio Garcia's had a square pin and what looked like a fishing lure or feather on top.
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, who started fast, really had no choice in selecting this interesting color-block shirt from Callaway. Fans chose all his outfits in an online poll.
8 of 8 John Biever/SI
collected the most noteworthy fashion item of the 75th Masters: a plain, classic, brass-buttoned green blazer with championship crest on the display pocket. Last year's champion, Phil Mickelson, helped him put it on.