A full complement of Washington Redskins players, former players and coaches gathered at Indian Spring Country Club yesterday for a day of golf and camaraderie, with the emphasis on the latter.

The Washington Redskins Alumni Charity Golf Classic drew 43 football types and more than 130 local golfers. The best-ball event was won by a team captained by former Baltimore Colt Bobby Boyd; the handicap adjusted score was 58.2. James Hinton's team was second and Willie Wood's squad third.

Boyd, a defensive back for the Colts from 1960-68, was teamed with Willard Hyde, Otis Printz, Eric Berson and William Matyac.

"We had a good time out there. We . . . always have a good lie and never a bad shot," said Boyd, who is in the restaurant business in Baltimore.

Redskins quarterback Joe Theismann was there, as was former Redskin wide receiver Roy Jefferson, who said, "We're out here to hit the ball and have a good time."

Redskins Coach Joe Gibbs spoke for his staff: "The entire coaching staff enjoys coming out to this event every year." Eight Redskins assistants showed up, including Charley Taylor, Joe Bugel, Richie Petitbon and Larry Peccatiello. Also in attendance were Sonny Jurgensen, Mark Moseley, Mike Bragg, Pete Wysocki, Bill Brundige and Sam Huff.