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A strange object that apparently changes its shape was reportedly caught on camera during the PGA tournament in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida recently. 

According to the Mutual UFO Network, or MUFON (via Huffington Post), the phenomenon was brought to its notice on 12 May, after a viewer watching the tournament on TV "noticed a wierd object in the sky" on 9 May.  

"When you see the pictures, people may think 'oh, that's a blimp,' but after seeing the blimp in other clips, I can easily conclude it's not the blimp," claimed the viewer.

"I also looked for other aircrafts flying by and nothing seemed plausible. The object did have a reflective surface. In the picture, you'll see a golf ball, a bird, and the flash reflection, while the other object is the unknown craft. You can also notice the object appears to be at a very high altitude for any aircrafts being used for the tournament. I rewind and slow motion, fast forward dozens of times. Very strange," the viewer said.

The screenshot of the video has a golf ball on top, camera flash reflection a little lower, a strange object in question and a flying bird.

MUFON chief image and video analyst Marc Dantonio said it was a bird high in the sky.  

"If you watch the video carefully, you can see the object moving across the field independently of the ball.You see the object change apparent 'shape. After reviewing this object multiple times, I could clearly detect motion within it that looked to me indicative of a bird in the middle of a wing stroke," he told Huffington Post.

"At one point, when the wings are in a particular position, the object presents a birdlike appearance, and as the camera zooms out, you can see a more definitive bird high in the sky with its wings outstretched," he added.

"To me, these are birds in mid-flight. The bottom one in the still images is clearly a bird with fully outstretched wings. The one in the middle is the one that you can see changing in the video, and it has demonstrated to me, anyway, that it appears like a bird in flight."