Trick-shot artist Wesley Bryan wins Tour's Louisiana Open

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Wesley Bryan won the Chitimacha Louisiana Open in only his third start on the Tour.
By John Holmes

Series: Golf Buzz

Published: Sunday, March 20, 2016 | 10:01 p.m.
Wesley Bryan, a 25-year-old former University of South Carolina player, won the Chitimacha Louisiana Open on Sunday. The win came in just his third start on the Tour after he played his way onto the circuit via Q-School in December.
If that name sounds familiar to you, it's because Bryan is one half of the Bryan brothers – he and brother George are among the absolute best golf trick-shot artists we've ever seen. And, coincidentally, George served as Wes' caddie this week.
We've showcased a ton of their trick shots on over the last few years, and this victory proves that Wes can play winning golf as well as entertaining golf. So, just for fun, here are a couple links to the Bryan brothers in action, and a few more at the bottom of this post:
"My wife and I have been praying for a win for a long time on any level and for the top 25 on the money list every night before we go to bed," Bryan said after his victory. "This makes it a lot easier. The ultimate goal is the PGA Tour."
Bryan closed with a 3-under 68 for a one-stroke victory, finishing at 14-under 270 on a cool, windy day at Le Triomphe Country Club in Broussard, La.
Argentina's Julian Etulain was second after a 70. Martin Flores (70), Jonathan Byrd (71), Ryan Brehm (71) and Joel Dahmen (71) tied for third at 11 under.
Greg Chalmers had a one-stroke lead with seven holes to play, but had two bogeys and double bogey to drop back. The Australian finished with a 73 to tie for seventh at 10 under.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.