"His tee shots were touching almost 140 yards," said father, Kartikay. The golden performance will guarantee Ranveer a berth in the World Special Olympics to be held at Los Angeles in 2015.
“Ranveer comes from a family of golfers. We've always wanted him to be involved in the sport without feeling inhibited. Once he started playing, we decided to let him train under Anitya Chand, the junior national coach,” said Kartikay.
Other than playing the course, Ranveer undergoes eight therapy sessions a week which help him focus on the game. The sessions include occupational, audiology and sensory therapies, which help him with his swing, physical fitness and communication among other things.
A class VII student of the Scottish High Interna-tional, golf is a major part of Ranveer's life but he hasn't let go off other dreams. He won gold at the Delhi Horse Show two years back and has also passed the second level in piano from Trinity College. With such diverse interests, sky is the limit for this youngster.