Meet Ghana's Danny List The Only West African Professional Golfer On The PGA Tours
- At age 19, a young man from Ghana called Danny List made the nation and continent proud with his achievements
- He made it on the main professional golf tours in the USA and North America as the only West African Professional Golfer
- To this day, Danni List remains the only West African on the PGA tour, which is the world's premier membership organization for touring professional golfers
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Danny List, a young man who hails from Ghana, has made it on the main professional golf tours in the USA and North America as a West African Professional Golfer.
This makes Danny List the only West African playing professional golf at the highest level, the PGA tour, which is the world's premier membership organization for touring professional golfers.
Citinewsroom.com indicates that the accomplished Ghanaian is currently playing his 3rd season on the PGA tours, a success that comes after Danny List grew up in Ghana and had a stellar start to his young career.
Although he started as a football player, at age 12 his passion for golf dominated his time. He then received multiple scholarship offers to play college golf in the United States, ultimately choosing to attend the University of Washington.
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After turning professional at the age of 19, the young man still carries Ghana's golfing hopes on his shoulders and is flying high the flag of the Black Star of Africa!
Another Ghanaian becomes First International Student at Kente State University
In another success story, a graduate from the University of Ghana has recently taken to social media to share his exciting journey of becoming the first international student to take a master's degree in Philosophy from Kente State University in the US.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the LinkedIn timeline of Kobina Oduro Korankye had the young man recounting that he applied to four universities in 2018 but got rejected by two, and the other two were unwilling to fund his studies.
"I nearly gave up, but my dad kept pushing me to keep applying, and this time to write the GRE", Kobina wrote.
In 2019, however, he wrote the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) and had good scores with which he applied for schools again.
Korankye applied to five schools; Kent State University (KSU), University of Mississippi (Ole Miss), Bowling Green, University of Missouri St Louis, and University of Windsor (UoW), he revealed.
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