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11-year-old kid who owns a golf company wins scholarship to study in Florida university, set to earn degree in business

Carter Bonas, an outstanding 11-year-old boy, has been given a full scholarship for four years to attend Florida Memorial University in Florida, the United States.

At the South Florida HBCU Golf Classic, which was held at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort in Naples, Florida, Carter Bonas, the CEO of the golf business Golf Spectrum, was given the scholarship.

After considering games that don’t require physical contact, Bonas became interested in golf. He received an Asperger syndrome diagnosis at a very young age (which is now recognized as part of the Autism spectrum). He transitioned from having autism to running his golf company as CEO.

Speaking of his achievement as a new scholar, Bonas said he will study business so as to acquire skills that will help his business. “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,” Bonas wrote beneath a video of his award.

He has made significant contributions to the growth of golf ever since he developed an interest in it. He began selling Spectrum Golf gear when he was just ten years old. According to the firm website, he selected this moniker for his venture “because he is deemed high functioning on the Autism Spectrum Scale.”

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