Billy Horschel believes he saw a UFO, gets ridiculed by fellow PGA Tour pros

Byron Nelson defending champ Horschel says "but millions of people have seen UFOs"

Andy Roberts's picture
Thu, 17 May 2018

Billy Horschel is never one to shy away from speaking his mind, so his latest story about "millions of people" witnessing UFOs probably shouldn't come as any surprise to you as he bids to defend the AT&T Byron Nelson this week. 

According to Horschel when he was younger, he was riding in a car with his mother back home in Florida one day and it was then that he saw "arched lights glowed yellow above the water as if to outline a bridge."

I was like that’s weird, the Melbourne Causeway looks so nice and then it hit us that we had passed the Melbourne Causeway and there’s no other bridge for the next 40 or 50 miles.

So it was just weird that there were six perfect lights that were hovering over the Indian River in a perfect little arch that looked like a bridge.



So many people saw the lights that night and called the police that the local newspaper ran an article about the phenomenon the next day.

Horschel added:

Millions of people have seen UFOs and have video recordings. And when you think about pilots — these guys are in the skies hours and hours and they know what a plane is and they know stuff and when they talk about their experiences and what they’ve seen and they can’t justify what they’ve seen, it sort of makes you think a little bit.

According to Horschel, he gets ridiculed on a weekly basis by a number of his peers for these types of comments.

Never change Billy. Never change.