Members gathered for the official opening of the new first hole at Louth before club captain John Bett hosted the annual charity event.
The pair of Foster and Dowse won a close-fought battle in the men’s stableford competition with 41 points.
They edged out runners-up Burton and Holdsworth on countback, with Blades and Chester making up the top three, just a point behind.
Hale and Evans won the nine-hole ladies competition with 19 points, also on countback.
The raffle in aid of On Course Foundation raised £366.
John said: “Thanks to everyone for all their help and support on my fundraiser day.
“It’s just great to have the backing of such a wonderful golf club.”
Men: 1 N. Foster/S. Dowse 41pts ocb, 2 A. Burton/M. Holdsworth, 3 P. Blades/G. Chester 40pts. Nearest the pin (15th): Callum Thompson.
Ladies: 1 P. Hale/R. Evans 19pts ocb, 2 A. Brackenbury/V. Gibson. Nearest the pin (9th) Pam Shepherd.
Longest putt (18th): Johnny Mawer 19ft 3in.
* It was a great weekend for Louth GC’s scratch team as they secured a commanding 9-up win over Ashby in the Elsham Foursomes.
They meet Immingham in the next round on Friday, May 25 at 5pm.
The B Team drew their first match of the season, 3-3, at home to Laceby.
* The re-arranged Queen Mother’s Cup stableford was won by Neil Ashwood with 41 points.
Runner-up Graham Ives was two points back, edging Simon Dowse into third place on countback.
Results: 1 N. Ashwood 41pts, 2 G. Ives 39pts ocb, 3 S. Dowse, 4 M. Turner 38pts ocb, 5 C. Frary 38pts ocb, 6 R. Dodge 38pts ocb, 7 G. Boni.
* The Louth Seniors team visited Woodthorpe Golf Club and found a course in good condition and fine weather.
The Louth team were made very welcome and were shaded in a very tight game, with a 5-3 scoreline.
* The club visited Boston for a mixed team match which ended in a draw, five games each.
They then secured a victory, three-a-and-a-half to two-and-a-half, away to Grimsby later that same day to cap some great early-season results.