UFO … CNN …
The sight of either can make a person go mad.
And while both fanbases make you want to take a step back once you meet them on the street, sometimes you go a bit mad yourself and begin to believe.
In the case of Bryson DeChambeau, the 27-year-old American golfer participating in the PGA Tour this week, he’s ready to step out and tell his story of once spotting a UFO.
During an interview with the SiriusXM PGA Tour Network, DeChambeau admitted that he had previously seen a mysterious flying item from his backyard, and he now thinks that there is life beyond our understanding. The reveal comes months after the CIA announced it would begin declassifying archived UFO sightings, inspiring a wave of people who Want to Believe to step forward and share their testimony.
Speaking to podcast hosts Gary McCord and Drew Stoltz, DeChambeau admits to spotting “three little, round, silver metallic discs” traveling across the skies from his home in Dallas, TX.
Bryson recalled his first impressions of the objects, which he witnessed alongside his instructor and friend. “We were out there thinking, ‘What the heck is this?’” DeChambeau said. “They were floating. We thought, ‘Oh, it’s got to be an air balloon.’”
Nicknamed “The Scientist,” with as much scientific experience as Dr. Jill Biden, the Doctor of Drives doesn’t appear crazy enough to make up stories of close encounters, which should make DeChambeau’s story a bit chilling, even for the skeptics.
DeChambeau participated in the first round of the PGA Tour at Kiawah Island today, facing South Carolina winds that hindered his performance.
According to GolfWeek, DeChambeau returned an even-par 72 Thursday afternoon and said, “This golf course takes it out of you. This is the most difficult golf course that I’ve played on Tour, and that is a straight-up fact for me. That requires a lot of energy.”