OSU's Tim Slama to compete in Golf Channel's 'Driver vs. Driver'
Tim Slama, a 22-year-old mechanical engineering student at Oregon State University, has been named a finalist for the Golf Channel show “Driver vs. Driver.”
A native of Salem, Ore., Slama is one of 14 finalists selected to compete on the reality show’s second season, with the first episode airing Tuesday, October 2, at 6 p.m. PT on Golf Channel.
Slama is the older brother of Ellie Slama, who was named the PNGA Junior Girls’ Player of the Year in 2015 and 2016. Ellie currently competes as a sophomore on the Oregon State University women’s golf team.
You may want to dust off your old biology textbooks before watching this driver presentation.
Don’t miss mechanical engineering student, Tim Slama pitch his concept on #DriverVsDriver 2 tomorrow at 9pm ET. pic.twitter.com/OfdlnbG9uh
— Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) October 1, 2018
Driver vs. Driver follows the process of building the next best driver from start to finish. The elimination-style reality show features 14 golf club designers who will pitch their ideas to a panel of judges, in a format similar to “Shark Tank,” before a winner is chosen.
For more information on the show, visit www.golfchannel.com