- Simthandile Tshabalala is a golf prodigy who is only in Grade 3 but is definitely making a name for himself
- Recently, Simthandile won two different golf tournaments in two provinces and did it all in one day
- Simthandile's dad shared the news to Twitter recently and the young man is being showered with love and support
Simthandile Tshabalala is not your average Grade 3 pupil. The young man is a golf prodigy making a name for himself in the sport. Most recently, Simthandile shared that he had not only played in two tournaments in different provinces but he won them.
His Twitter account is managed by his father Boginkosi who is also his caddy and manager. Simthandile's amazing accomplishment of winning two tournaments in one day had many South Africans shocked and feeling proud.
While the general response to Simthandile's wins was that of pride, others were curious about how he managed to play in two provinces in just one day.
Take a look at Simthandile's tweet below:
Below are just a few of the lovely messages Simthandile received:
"Well done boy!! Proud of you!! Even though you're winning, never stop learning and developing yourself ne!!"
"You going places young man, may God protect and give you a long life so we can see this genius on the world stage."
"Can’t wait to see you wearing that green jacket in the near future. Continue to harness your God-given talent SimTiger."
In other news about talented South Africans being recognised, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a Limpopo artist who scored big. George Mokwena has been promoting his work on social media for a while now and it has finally paid off. Mokwena painted a nearby petrol station recently.
The station owner met Mokwena and fell in love with the painting, he purchased it immediately. The petrol station, known as Elegant Fuels, has found an art school for 23-year-old Mokwena and will financially support both his studies and living expenses.
This is a big win for such a young and talented artist. Elegant fuels shared the news through a series of posts on Twitter.
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