HILLS Golf Club achieved mixed results in the first round of the south-east Queensland Pennant season on February 9.
Division one finished on top against Windaroo Lakes in a fiercely contested home game.
Hills won three-and-a-half matches while Windaroo Lakes clinched two-and-a-half matches.
Pennant manager Adrian Paterson said the two sides were evenly matches until the final matches concluded.
Division one captain Ian Peters said it was a good result for the defending pennant cup team which was rebuilding after losing experienced players from last year.
The division one side will take on Carbrook Golf Club in an away game next weekend in an attempt to build on the strong start.
THE Hills Golf Club Division team faced tough opposition from Kooralbyn Valley in an away game over the weekend.
Kooralbyn defeated Hills five matches to one.
Team captain Gavin Skeet said the side failed to take advantage of opportunities and were outplayed by the opposition.
The division two team will compete against Windaroo Lakes next week.
A STRONG Mount Warren Park side defeated the Division three Hills team on the weekend.
Hills claimed one match win compared to Mount Warren Park’s five match victories.
Team captain John Biddlecombe said the overall result was disappointing.
“There were some encouraging signs of form with some of the players in the squad,” he said.
Division three will challenge Bay Islands Golf Club in a home game next weekend.