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How’s September working out for you? It’s been a pretty good month for professional golfer Billy Horschel: at the start of the month, he finished second in the PGA Tour’s Deutsche Bank Championship, followed it up a week later with a win in the BMW Championship, and the following week (this weekend just past), he won the Tour Championship, pocketing a bonus $10 million on top of his other multi-million dollar prize winnings. Oh, and if that wasn’t enough, two days later he became a dad for the first time! Not a bad 16 day stretch by anyone’s standards…

But why is this getting posted on the Grail, I hear you ask? Well, though I’m a keen golfer, the main reason is that, in perusing Billy’s PGA Tour profile page, I was surprised to see that he lists being “a believer in Bigfoot and UFOs”. We’re a bit more partial here to an interested agnosticism rather than belief (and let’s not mention the Twilight book series part of the profile), but I think we can safely claim PGA Tour champion Billy Horschel as a member of the tribe of the weird. Hell, the guy even has precognitive dreams:

When Billy Horschel was 10 years old he had a dream that he was going to get hit in the eye playing baseball. It came true. When he was in college, he dreamt that he would marry his then-girlfriend Brittany and later did. Sunday at East Lake, he lived out another premonition. After dreaming earlier this year that he would hoist the FedExCup trophy, Horschel shot a 2-under 68 to win the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola by three strokes over Rory McIlroy and Jim Furyk and claim the FedExCup and its $10 million bonus.

…“There’s certain things throughout my life that have come true, and I’ve sort of seen it beforehand,” Horschel said. “I woke up and I wasn’t sure if it was real or not because it was very faint, but I remember holding up the FedExCup trophy, and as the season went along, I never thought about it, but I just said, ‘Well, maybe it was just a dream that wasn’t real.’”

Billy, consider this an honorary Grail membership (because it felt like your month so far was lacking something, right?!).