The Andy King Memorial Challenge raised £5,000 for charity as a host of current and former footballers showed off their skills on the golf course at Luton Hoo.
The money raised was shared equally between charities Transitions UK and Chums, with both receiving £2,500 each.
Town's goalkeeper coach Kevin Dearden was on the winning team on the day, whilst Hatters boss Nathan Jones was on the team that came third.
In total, 84 golfers took part, with the likes of Mick Harford, Kingsley Black, Brian Stein, Steve Foster, Danny Wilson, Nathan Jones, Tony Coton, Bryan Gunn, Clive Allen, Graeme Sharp, Kevin Ratcliffe, Micky Hazard, Ossie Ardiles, Graham Roberts, Mark Falco, Paul Jewell and John Conteh all playing.
The auction raised nearly £2,700, with lots such as signed shirts from Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany, Everton striker Wayne Rooney, Norwich City keeper Angus Gunn and a fully signed Luton Town shirt all went under the hammer.
In full, the top three teams were as follows;
Winning Team- John Conteh, Kevin Dearden, Andrew Watson, Charlie Peat
Second Place- Mark Falco, Tim Bygate, Jonathon Bygate, Matthew Bygate
Third Place- Nathan Jones, Mark Warne, Don Wall, Lee Jackson