There were 103 entries in the men’s competition which was won by Ben Ward with a fine nett score of 66 which beat nearest challenger Neil Carmichael by two points.
Graham Pearce completed the top three after a countback.
The best gross score was carded by Neil Carmichael, and the top junior prize was won by Charlie Elliott with a round of nett 72.
Mel Gregory topped a 24-strong field of entries to win the ladies’ competition with 37 points.
She also claimed the nearest-the-pin prize to cap a successful day.
Sue Archer was second with 35 points, and Ann Doyle was two further points adrift in third place.
Jane Salt won the longest drive prize.
* On one of the hottest days of the year, a total of 35 teams turned out to play in the Market Rasen Ladies’ Open Am-Am.
The competition was won by the Market Rasen team of Sue Borthwick, Jane Salt, Ruth Anyan and Joy Purkiss with a brilliant score of 93 points.
They finished four points clear of the runners-up, a team from Hainsworth Park Golf Club of A. Rossington, J. Young, S. Foley and D. Hill.
They took second place after a countback from another Market Rasen team, as R. Lawton, S. Scott, H. Gibbard and B. Holmes also carded 89 points.
A very successful day raised £443.33 for the captain’s charity, British Heart Foundation.
* Market Rasen GC ladies’ B team played their halved their final league match 2-2 to win the Division Four title and earn promotion to Division Three.
The A team hopes to remain in Division Two next year after completing their fixture schedule for the season.
They finished level on points with Louth A.
* A friendly match was played against Seacroft on another hot and breezy day but, in spite of their best efforts, the Rasen team lost two-and-a-half to one-and-a-half.
But there was victory for the mixed team at Holme Hall by four points to two.