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Ian, If you go to the Quandaries and Queries page on Math Central and insert the word golf into the Quick Search field you will see some questions of golf schedules we have answered. In one of them http://mathcentral.uregina.ca/QQ/database/QQ.02.06/jon3.html you'll see a solution for 28 golfers over 3 days. If you look at what is happening in the columns from one day to the next (the first column is fixed, the second is moving up/around one notch, the third by 2 notches and the fourth by 3 notches) I think you can do quite well. Think of the columns like wheels that turn as in an odometer on your car (in the predigital days). Penny  


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