Tour Pro LifeMarch 21, 2016

Wesley Bryan has victory dinner at Taco Bell, sends a warning to Jordan Spieth

Wesley Bryan went from trick-shot artist to likely PGA Tour pro on Sunday with his win at the Tour's Chitimacha Louisiana Open. But the breakthrough victory didn't mean he went out after for a fancy celebratory dinner.

Instead, Wesley and his caddie, older brother George, hit up one of their favorite fast-food joints:

Bryan's victory, which all but guarantees he'll be teeing it up in the big leagues next season, earned him $99,000, the biggest payday of his career. That's a whole lot of Chalupas.

And feeling pretty good about his game -- and about that fast-food feast -- the 25-year-old golfer then issued this "warning" to the World No. 1:

Go get 'em, Wes.

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