Burlingame’s last game was on Thursday, Oct. 11 at the Poplar Creek Golf Course against Mills. As the season comes to a close, the Panthers hold a 3-9 record, with two wins against Mills and one against Hillsdale.
“[The season] was good for losing a lot of good seniors,” junior Sophia Palacio said.
Over the past two months, the Panthers have gained lots of experience, playing many games with local schools such as Aragon, San Mateo, Carlmont and Menlo-Atherton. The season has brought Burlingame all over the Bay Area, including the Sharon Heights Golf & Country Club to the San Jose Country Club.
“[The season] was really fun and we learned a lot from our coach,” sophomore Francesca Flowers said.
However, the team may face similar problems next year, as multiple seniors will be graduating, according to Flowers. The next season will call for the younger members to step up their game.
Girls golf will restart next fall.