



 
Chris, It isn't possible. If every pair played together two times, there would be 56 "play together" pairs. Every foursome accounts for six such pairs, That's 12 per day, so over 5 days there are 60 pairs. That means some people must play together three times. The theoretical minimum number of pairs that would play together three times is four. I don't know if that can be achieved. Maybe the schedule you have is ok?  


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