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Alumni take their (One)Shot at success

By Sabrina Cataldo Posted: June 15, 2021 5:00 a.m.

U of R graduates and founders of OneShot Golf (left to right) Ryan Donohue, Andrew Burant and Tim Borgares in the warehouse that is home to 50 putting robots.
U of R graduates and founders of OneShot Golf (left to right) Ryan Donohue, Andrew Burant and Tim Borgares in the warehouse that is home to 50 putting robots. Photo: U of R Photography

Meet the team of U of R alum who have come up with some very unique technology that they’ve applied to the gaming and e-sports industry. OneShot Golf and its “connected reality” technology lets anybody with a mobile phone connect to and control robotics completely in real time. It’s about connecting people, connecting robotics and creating empowering experiences.

“In the startup world, you end up wearing a lot of different hats and doing a lot of different things,” Tim Borgares says. “In my experience at the U of R, I learned about various parts of technology and aspects in the computer science realm. The breadth of knowledge you gain is useful when you go into the startup world. When something needs to get done, you just have to do it, because no one is going to do it for you.”

Read more about the founders of OneShot Golf and the unique technology they have developed. You’ll find Alumni take their (One)Shot at success in the newest issue of Degrees online.