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Ryan Gordon sits in the back of an autonomous golf cart at Cedarville University


Golfers often work on their drive. But a group of Cedarville University computer engineering students is taking that focus to a whole new level.

Three Cedarville computer engineering students — Nathan Jessurun (Charles Town, West Virginia), Ryan Gordon (Beavercreek, Ohio) and Michael Hayes (Redmond, Washington) — are teaming up with Alex Cline (Cedarville, Ohio), an electrical engineering student, to design and build an autonomous golf cart. The students will test drive the golf cart in April.

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