A golfer from Worcestershire, England is the brand new owner of a Volkswagen Polo car. The only issue is that he’s 11-years-old and can’t drive it.
Sonny Priestley was playing in the Barratt Homes Charity Day, which benefitted cancer research, over the weekend when he aced the 175-yard par-3 11th hole earning him a new car in the process.
“When his drive struck the pin dead center and disappeared down the hole, the youngster dropped his club and ran off down the fairway with everyone chasing him,” The Worcester News reported.
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“We are all so proud of what Sonny is achieving in his golfing journey,” Priestley’s coach, Russell Adams of the Russell Adams Golf Academy, said. “He’s a fantastic talent and will go a long way if he continues putting the effort in he has so far.”
Priestley plays for the Gaudet Luce junior team and plays to a 28 handicap.