Teeing Off: Talking golf with IHSA state champion Hinsdale Central

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In the latest edition of Teeing Off, Pioneer Press golf writers John Borneman and Matt Harness discuss the best (Hinsdale Central) and worst (The Den?) of the boys and girls golf state tournaments that wrapped up last weekend. As it turns out, John is pretty good at picking golf tournaments while Matt is, well, listen in to find out.

Later, Hinsdale Central coach Jess Krueger stops by with boys individual champion Kenneth Li to talk about the Red Devils’ third consecutive boys golf state title.

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