Five members of Stuart McCall's current first team squad, plus City assistant Kenny Black, Head of Recruitment Greg Abbott, and Chief Operating Officer James Mason, were joined by eight former Bantams for the shotgun-start golf event.
The City players on show were Tony McMahon, Nathan Clarke, Colin Doyle, Matthew Kilgallon and Rory McArdle.
Those former Bantams to attend were Simon Ramsden, David Syers, Paul Jewell, Barry Gallagher, Terry Dolan, Bruce Bannister, Dean Windass and John Hendrie.
Each representative of the club were assigned a team, with the rest of their group made up by supporters or club guests/sponsors.
Syers' group, which also included former Rugby League player Garry Schofield, came out on top overall after all the scores were added up.
The event was organised by the Former Bantams Association following their official launch night last March.
The association was formed last season in an attempt to maintain a connection between former players and management, the club and its supporters.
Following the eighteen holes of golf around the beautiful Bradford Golf Club course, City's players, staff, sponsors and supporters enjoyed an evening meal, prize giving and auction.
City chief McCall and goalkeeping coach Steve Banks were present for the evening's events.
The club would like to thank all those involved for their attendance, plus Bradford Golf Club for hosting the event itself.
The football club would also like to thank any parties who donated prizes to the evening auction.