Teeing Off: Previewing IHSA boys, girls state golf

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In the latest edition of Teeing Off, Pioneer Press golf writers John Borneman and Matt Harness preview the boys and girls state golf tournaments that begin Friday. Is The Den at Fox Creek Golf Course in Bloomington the best site for the Class 3A boys? Can Hinsdale Central sweep boys and girls team titles? Will Matt ever pick a team besides Loyola to win? Listen in to find out.

Later, Matt and John sit down with Dan Phillips, the director of golf at Mistwood Golf Club in Romeoville, to break down the course’s recently completed three-year, multi-million dollar redesign.

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