An 11-year-old Kid Who owns a Golf Company wins a Scholarship to Study in US University

kid who owns a golf company wins a scholarship

Carter Bonas is the name of the 11-year-old boy who won the fully funded  4-year scholarship to study at the Florida Memorial University, Florida, United States.

The young boy we might say has done exceptionally well at his age by owning a golf company named Golf Spectrum. Yes, he is the chief executive officer o the company.

The scholarship was awarded to him at the South Florida HBCU Golf Classic which took place at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort in Naples, Florida.

Bonas passion for golf arouse when he was considering a sport that does not involve physical contact because he was diagnosed with Asperger syndrome (which is now recognized as part of the Autism spectrum) at a very tender age. The 11-year-old kid grew from being an Autism patient to becoming the CEO of his golf firm.

Giving a speech about his wins, bonas said he will study business so as to obtain the needed skills that will help in his business expansion. HE WROTE “I was awarded a [4-year] scholarship to attend college! See you in 6 years (or less) to get that business degree to take Spectrum Golf to the next level,” 

A scholarship opportunity can help you achieve your academic goals without much stress. This is why we continue to encourage students to participate in some of the ongoing scholarships currently available on our website We have fully and partially funded scholarships from different parts of the world.

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