- Dustin Johnson is taking a well-earned break after his record-breaking Masters victory last weekend.
- Johnson and his friends are knocking back 60-year old Bordeaux, caviar, and Champagne on their epic vacation in the Caribbean.
- Johnson, his fiancee, and a group of their friends flew out to the island of Saint Barthélemy in a private jet on Monday.
- Pictures shared by a friend show them hiring dune buggies to explore, relaxing at a private beach club, and enjoying the finest food and drink the island has to offer.
- Among the lavish treats consumed are caviar, $400 Champagne, and a bottle of Bordeaux from 1959.
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Dustin Johnson got the biggest win of his career last weekend, and he is taking a well-earned, and lavish, vacation to celebrate.
Johnson, his partner, his brother, and a group of friends are, among other things, knocking back 60-year old Bordeaux, caviar, and Jay-Z’s favorite champagne on their epic post-Masters vacation.
On Monday, just a day after his record breaking win at Augusta, Johnson flew to the Caribbean island of Saint Barthélemy in a private jet with his fiancée, Paulina Gretzky, his brother Austin, and a group of friends.
Kristina Melnichenko, who is part of the group, has been sharing snaps of the luxury vacation to her Instagram.
The latest shots show the group hiring dune buggies to explore, relaxing at a private beach club, and enjoying the finest food and drink the island has to offer.
Among the food and drink on offer is Armand de Brignac Ace of Spades champagne, which is owned by Jay-Z and retails for $400 a bottle, caviar, and a bottle of 1959 Chateau Cheval Blanc Bordeaux wine.
She also posted a picture of Johnson’s brother and caddie,Austin, wearing his Augusta caddy suit, but with a holiday twist.
A post shared by @kmelnichenko
Melnichenko previously posted pictures of the group downing tequila shots and playing a game of giant Jenga.
Johnson, 36, set a Masters record during the weekend by finishing the tournament an astonishing 20 strokes under par as he claimed his first green jacket.
Afterwards, he said that he is already considering when to retire.
“My goal is to play for about, I don’t know, (it) keeps getting shorter, but eight, nine, maybe 10 years, and then hang out with my kids and Paulina,” he said after the victory
After his Caribbean getaway, that figure might be even smaller.