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  • Style Insider: Masterful style

  • The Masters showcased the best in on-course spring fashions. Who were the masters of style at Augusta? Which looks should you copy this spring? Take a look at the 15 players and 16 outfits that made the style cut at the Masters. (Andrew Redington/Getty Images) The Masters showcased the best in on-course spring fashions. Who were the masters of style at Augusta? Which looks should you copy this spring? Take a look at the 15 players and 16 outfits that made the style cut at the Masters. (Andrew Redington/Getty Images)

Jonas Blixt

Jonas Blixt (Puma Golf) sported vibrant colors and eye-catching patterns throughout the four days at Augusta. These lavender and black 5-pocket plaid pants were the highlight. They were sophisticated, yet youthful and sporty without being garish. Plus, the green glove from G/FORE added an authentic Masters touch. (Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Graham DeLaet

This look from Graham DeLaet (Puma Golf) was one of my favorites for the week. It's energetic, fresh and colorful for spring. Most importantly, the bright colors in the shirt are well balanced against the crisp white trousers, belt and shoes. (Andrew Redington/Getty Images)

Luke Donald

If you think you need to wear bright colors and overly aggressive designs to turn heads, think again. Luke Donald's (RLX) gray-on-white outfit was effortless, understated and modern. Plus, check out the tailoring of the sleeves. They hit perfectly in the mid-bicep area. (Harry How/Getty Images)

Jamie Donaldson

Well-tailored fits and aggressive colorblocked designs gave Jamie Donaldson (J.Lindeberg) a hip and athletic look during the second round at Augusta. Keep an eye on Donaldson. He is becoming one of the trendsetters in the game of golf thanks to his ultra-modern looks and great eye for style. (David Cannon/Getty Images)

Rickie Fowler

Rickie Fowler (Puma Golf) took a break from the bright colors in the third round and sported this purple and gray ensemble. What made this look a winner? The purple belt was smart, added an extra pop of color and completed the look. (Harry How/Getty Images)

Sergio Garcia

Magenta continues to be one of the hot colors in 2014, but no one has been as courageous with the color as Sergio Garcia (Adidas Golf). There was nothing subtle about these vivid magenta pants from Garcia, but what made them work was the lack of color through the rest of the outfit. It created the perfect balance. (Andrew Redington/Getty Images)

Russell Henley

If you are looking for a fresh and clean look for spring, check out Russell Henley (Nike Golf) here. This light green shirt paired with plaid green and white pants is one to copy. (Harry How/Getty Images)

Billy Horschel

Billy Horschel (RLX) got it poppin' in the first round by pairing these bright poppy-colored pants with a purple striped shirt. Purple and poppy? It's daring. It's creative. And, it works. (David Cannon/Getty Images)

High fives all around for Billy Horschel (RLX) on this well put together look. Pairing navy blue and green is one of the hot combos for 2014 and Horschel was certainly on trend during the second round of the Masters. Check out the bright green tipping around the collar and on the inner placket. It ties the shirt nicely back to those vibrant green pants. Plus, that webbed belt is totally chic. (Harry How/Getty Images)

Miguel Angel Jimenez

The ponytail. The mirrored shades. The magenta shirt. The dinner plate-size belt buckle. The brogue-style shoes. Miguel Angel Jimenez (Lacoste), the Most Interesting Man in Golf, has a distinctive style and the game of golf is better because of it. (Harry How/Getty Images)

Martin Kaymer

What a great mix of classic, modern and sporty styles here from Martin Kaymer (Hugo Boss). The contrasting placket and collar along with the ribbed sleeves provided vintage styling. The slim fit was very contemporary and the colored inserts at the sides offered an athletic look. Not to mention, the color was a perfect complement to Augusta's azaleas. (Harry How/Getty Images)

Gary Player

What a stylish way to kick off the 2014 Masters. Gary Players' (Black Knight International) timeless style never goes out of fashion and those wingtip shoes are totally on point. (Andrew Redington/Getty Images)

Ian Poulter

This is a light and airy look for spring from Ian Poulter (IJP Design) that contains many of the trendy colors for the season -- aqua, navy and teal. Also, check out how Poulter matched his belt to his pants. This is one of the big trends in 2014. (Andrew Redington/Getty Images)

Adam Scott

It was vintage Adam Scott (Uniqlo) for four days at Augusta. Classic colors, simple styles and contemporary fits kept the defending champ on top of his style game. Would we really expect anything else from Scott, though? (Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Brandt Snedeker

Every once in a while you need to step out of your comfort zone and take some risks. We typically see Brandt Snedeker (Peter Millar) in solid color pants, but Sneds opted for plaid pants on Friday and these polka dotted trousers on Saturday. This was definitely a risk/reward selection for Snedeker that worked out handsomely. (Andrew Redington/Getty Images)

Jimmy Walker

Did anyone else in the Masters field feature green plaid belt loops? I think not. Toss in a matching belt and collar, and Jimmy Walker (Iliac Golf) had a clean, classy look that stood out from the crowd. (Rob Carr/Getty Images)