11-year-old Carter Bonas of Fort Lauderdale, Florida is an up-and-coming golfer who founded Spectrum Golf Apparel at the age of 10. Carter named his line of apparel “Spectrum Golf” and his vitamin water “Spectrum Vitamin Water” because he is considered high functioning on the Autism Spectrum Scale. Most recent Carter has followed in his mother’s footsteps and started his own 501c3 Non-Profit Carter’s Spectrum Golf “Cares” Corp. where he will be providing motivational speaking to schools and mentoring programs in addition to offering free golf lessons to youth. Carter hosts an annual golf tournament to benefit the nonprofit Healing Arts Institute of South Florida, which was founded in his honor by his mother, Dr. Thelma Tennie licensed marriage and family therapist. The nonprofit offers No-Cost mental health services primarily to youth 22 and under and their families, across the State of Florida.