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Golf for 28 2012-04-10
From EARL:
HI, I HAVE 28 GOLFERS AND I NEED A SCHEDULE FOR 5 DIFFERENT DAYS THERE WILL BE 7 GROUPS OF 4 PLAYERS EACH DAY. ALL PLAYERS WOULD LIKE TO PLAY WITH ONE ANOTHER ONCE AND NOT PLAY WITH EACH MORE THAN ONCE IF POSSIBLE OR LIMIT THE TIMES A GOLFER PLAYS WITH ANOTHER TO A MINIMUM IF POSSIBLE. (PLEASE SEND AN EXAMPLE OF THE SCHEDULING OF THE GROUPS FOR THE TEE OFF ORDER)
THANKS FOR ANY SOLUTIONS YOU CAN PROVIDE.
EARL

Answered by Robert Dawson.
28 golfers playing golf over 7 days 2007-03-20
From ian:
I have 28 golfers playing golf over 7 days I would like everybody to play with each other at least once Is there a schedule? Thank you Ian
Answered by Penny Nom.
A golf schedule for three days 2006-08-18
From Jon:

I was wondering if I could trouble you to assist me with the following: I am working on a playing schedule for 28 golfers. 7 groups of 4. I have 3 golf days to schedule.

Ideally, I would like to schedule all 28 golfers in 7 different groups of 4 on each day. Here is the catch.....no golfer in any group can be grouped togther more than once. Every group of 4 each day will have 4 new golfers that have never played together before. Is this possible?


Answered by Penny Nom.
 
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