October 20, 2021
Baldwin’s golf team made the playoffs the past few years, but this season they have missed out.
Senior Dominic Trimbur feels the main cause of their struggles is losing seniors who graduated last year.
“We lost a couple really good seniors, which really set us back,” Trimbur said. “I have hope for our team next year to get back on track and be a playoff team again.” I think we can be really good next year.” — Nolan Malloy
I think we can be really good next year.”
— Nolan Malloy
He said he considers golf to be more of a fun activity this year. With all the new players on the team, the Highlanders really couldn’t find a way to be at the top of their game.
“Team success in golf was never really a thought to me,” Trimbur said. “I just wanted to find a way to keep busy and have fun.”
Junior Nolan Malloy said Baldwin had a couple of crucial losses this year that caused them to fall behind the pack.
“We had a loss on our home course against Thomas-Jefferson that really put us behind,” Malloy said. “The loss kind of threw us off our game and it caused us to slowly fall down the ranks of section.”
The team feels in the next couple of years, they should be back on track as they have freshmen who should really help out in the future when they reach their full potential.
“I see a lot of potential in the newcomers and really hope they continue to get better and prove something about Baldwin golf,” Trimbur said
Malloy agreed and hopes that the golf team can overcome this season and get back to their form from recent years.
“I think we can be really good next year,” Malloy said. “We are building something really special again and we are all prepared to get Baldwin back on track in golf.”