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Wesley Bryan has fast food feast after first PGA Tour win

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Alex Butler
Wesley Bryan stands with wife Elizabeth after winning the 2017 RBC Heritage tournament Sunday at Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head Island, S.C. Photo courtesy of Wesley Bryan/Instagram
Wesley Bryan stands with wife Elizabeth after winning the 2017 RBC Heritage tournament Sunday at Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head Island, S.C. Photo courtesy of Wesley Bryan/Instagram

April 17 (UPI) -- Fine dining means something different when you are a 27-year-old pro golfer.

It meant Taco Bell for Wesley Bryan Sunday, following his RBC Heritage tournament victory. The win was Bryan's first on the PGA Tour.

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He posted a photo at 11:40 p.m. Sunday, smiling in front of the counter at the taco restaurant.

"Celebration dinner," he wrote.

This isn't the first time an elite golfer has crushed fast food after a big win. In 2010, Phil Mickelson hit up a Krispy Kreme while wearing his green jacket after winning the Masters.

Bubba Watson enjoyed Waffle House in 2014 after winning his second Masters tournament.

Taco Bell responded to Bryan's post saying: "Only way to celebrate winning a major golf tournament."

Bryan and his brother George have gained notoriety over the last few years for their trick shot YouTube channel: Bryan Bros Golf. They perform the spectacular golf tricks all over the world for the channel.

In one of their videos, they hit a shot from the top of the MGM Grand in Las Vegas onto a TopGolf target.

Bryan edged England's Luke Donald 271 to 272 to take the RBC Heritage. He is currently No. 37 in the Official World Golf Rankings.

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