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Bryson DeChambeau has said some outlandish things and attempted some gravity-defying shots, but The Mad Scientist recently went next-level in a jump from science to science fiction. DeChambeau was on the SiriusXM PGA Tour Network’s show hosted by Gary McCord and Drew Stoltz last night for a conversation that focused on UFOs and unexplained aerial phenomena (UAPs). Yes, you read that correctly.
DeChambeau talks in detail about an experience he (and instructor Chris Como and his friend Adam Hurley) had during the pandemic last year in his backyard in Texas, when he saw “three little silver metallic discs” moving in the distance.
“They were all moving in a triangle shape,” DeChambeau said. “We were out there for literally just under an hour thinking, ‘What the heck is this?’ ”
DeChambeau captured a photo of it and says he went on Instagram Live talking about it. After watching them float there, he said they briefly went inside the house.
“Five minutes later they were gone,” he said.
That wasn’t the only experience the DeChambeau family has had. He recounted a close encounter experienced by his brother and a cousin years ago, and experiences his dad had growing up in Nevada, and he sees no conflict between his religious beliefs and UFOs.
“I am a religious man and I don’t think it conflicts with any views from being a Christian,” he said. “God talks about pretty much [what is in] the Bible and Jesus coming down and saving us as humans and I think it’s not excluding all life out there elsewhere. I think He (God) came down and created this book (the Bible) for us, for the humans on Earth. There’s no reason why He couldn’t make other beings everywhere else. … So being a religious man I think that if anything it is just us, from science or religion, trying to explain what God did. I don’t think there are any issues with that. I didn’t think I was getting too deep into it but I really believe there is other stuff out there and it doesn’t affect my faith or anything.”
He’s not convinced that there is existing technology today that can explain some of these phenomena.
“There’s either one person, like a Tony Stark individual, that is doing things that we can’t explain, which is definitely in the realm of possibilities,” DeChambeau said. “I would say the probabilities of that are less than potentially us being future time travelers that are able to come back with technology that we’ve never seen. I mean, that’s definitely a possibility, too. But personally I think that it’s some other life that we don’t understand or know as of right now. I personally don’t think it is other technology that we currently in this dimension understand. Maybe a parallel universe, somebody flipping over and jumping through a worm hole or something and showing us what we got.”
Laughter ensued. Ultimately, DeChambeau turned philosophical.
“I think more and more people want to know about this and what it could potentially do for our world,” he said. “I mean, shoot, if anything it could bring us world peace, really honestly bring us all together, unite us together and just realize that we are a human race. I think it’d be the greatest thing that could ever happen.”