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 A 14 team golf league 2014-07-11 From Pat:We have a 14 team golf league that plays a 16 week schedule. Playing once per week, I need a schedule where each team plays every other team at least one time.Answered by Victoria West. Two 9 hole golf leagues 2014-04-23 From Sally:I need help scheduling two 9 hole leagues. Here are the variables: - Leagues alternate each week starting on the front and back - League A starts at 4:30 with 7 groups and League B starts at 5:15 with 8 groups (all use carts and must be teed off by 5:30) - Regular play must continue, customers who have started before league play begins have preference to continue their round whether they are playing 9 or 18 holes. Thank you!!!Answered by Victoria West. A 22 team golf league 2014-04-21 From Terry:We have a team league at our local golf course. We have 22 teams, we would like it so that each team plays the other team only once. I have tried the scenario. 1,21;2,20;3,19;4,18;5,17;6,16;7,15;8,14;9,13;10,11;12,X X+1=1 scenario 2, 1;3,21;4,20,5,19,6,18;7,17;8,16;9,15;10,14;11,13;1,X using formula from other post in your forums. I can get all the possible playing arrangements. The big quandary is setting up the schedule so that each week, each team would start on a different hole. I can get the first 11 weeks scheduled very easily, it is just trying to get the last 11 weeks scheduled? Any help would be greatly appreciated.Answered by Victoria West. A golf league with 2 man teams 2012-04-11 From Cosmo:wanting to set up a golf league with 2 man teams. There are 14 A players and 14 B players.We want each A player to team with each B player once and each A player to play against each other A player once.Is this possibleAnswered by Victoria West.

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