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 A 7 person golf schedule 2014-02-21 From Claude:Golf Holiday: 7 guys, play a 4-some and a 3-some each day for 10 days. Want to have the best balance of each player playing with every other player the same number of times and each player playing in an equal number of 4-somes and 3-somes.Answered by Victoria West. 12 golfers for 7 rounds 2013-09-25 From Dennis:I have 12 golfers playing a round of golf for seven days. How can I set-up teams so that everyone plays with everyone at least once in those seven days. Thanks!Answered by Victoria West. 7 golfers, a threesome and a foursome 2013-09-04 From Scott:I'm leading a golf trip with 7 guys, and we're playing 5 rounds of golf together with a threesome and a foursome at each course.. I want to set up a schedule where each person plays at least two rounds with each of the other 6 guys. Is that possible? I can't seem to find the right combinations. Thanks for your help!Answered by Victoria West. A golf holiday 2011-01-04 From Andy:You kindly responded to a question I previously sent with regard to a Golf Holiday and I wonder if I might ask another question please. There are now 7 players playing 5 rounds of golf and I wonder if it is possible to devise a schedule where everyone plays with each other a minimum of two times i.e. they will play twice with some and three times with others. As always, many thanks for your kind assistance.Answered by Victoria West. 6 rounds of golf 2010-11-29 From Andy:I wonder if you are able to assist me with scheduling pairings for a forthcoming Golf Tournament ? There are 7 players and we will be playing 6 rounds - each round will be a 3 ball and a 4 ball. I am trying to work out a schedule that means everyone plays with each other roughly the same number of times. Also, we are looking to ensure everyone plays in roughly the same number of 3 and 4 balls. Any suggestions would be much appreciated - thank you.Answered by Chris Fisher.

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