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Following the trials and tribulations of aspiring golf equipment designers.

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aired 17 days ago
The two finalists meet up with the judges at Wilson Sports new headquarters in Chicago. After some last minute tweaks and another round of testing and feedback from the Wilson Staff Tour Pros, a winner is selected.
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The three remaining designs head to the American Century Championship in Lake Tahoe, where they are used by a host of celebrities. Afterwards, there's a final elimination on the shores of Lake Tahoe as the two finalists are announced.
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With only four driver concepts remaining in the competition, the designers jockey for position in hopes of making it to the finale. They have to work with Wilson engineers to refine their designs as updated prototypes are being manufactured in China.
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The five remaining designs are taken to the PGA Show Demo Day for testing and feedback from golf professionals and consumers. This is combined with data from robot tests and reactions from the judges to determine which concepts make the final four.
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Titanium prototypes are given to Wilson Staff Tour pros Kevin Streelman, Ricky Barnes, Troy Merritt and Brendan Steele, whose feedback determines which designs advance and which ones miss the cut.
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Designers on the verge of elimination are given the chance to team up and merge their concepts as only seven can advance to Wilson Labs, where they'll work alongside the company's engineers.
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Golf innovators submit their driver designs to judges at Wilson Headquarters in Chicago.
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A half-million dollars is on the line as the finalists discover who's design Wilson chooses as the champion of Driver vs. Driver.
aired 669 days ago
Contestants must impress both retailers and players to make it to the finale. Judge Brian Urlacher takes the remaining contestants to American Century Championship to introduce their clubs to his celebrity friends. Plus, teams meet with the pitch executives from top golf retailers. In the end, two designs are chosen to compete for the $500,000 grand prize.
aired 669 days ago
The teams are surprised with a trip to China to see their drivers go from design to useable prototypes. When they return, the real competition begins as golfers take them out for a test drive.
aired 669 days ago
Teams work with marketing experts to finalize colors, names, and stories. Designs are put through rigorous testing to find out who has followed through on their potential and delivered a viable driver. Two more teams are eliminated.
aired 669 days ago
Competition moves into Wilson labs as final six teams begin working with Wilson's top designers, who help them turn concepts into reality. Along way, each team receive a crash course in Marketing 101, and face a challenge to create a commercial touting their driver designs.
aired 669 days ago
With two teams eliminated, the six remaining teams make their official presentations and wait through a stressful night to see if they go home or continue their journey closer to the $500,000 grand prize.

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