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LindaJ

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  1. Mostly because it's primarily a social mixer ... but that's a good thought
  2. At our club we occasionally have a scramble game involving both the men's and ladies clubs. Meant to be just a fun thing although a small amount of money is tossed in the pot for prizes. The dilemma is how to set up the pairings so that the foursomes are as equal in ability as possible ... so the same people don't win all the time. Usually the organizer makes a list of the participants in order of handicap ... a list of the ladies and a list of the men. Foursomes are 2 ladies and 2 men as much as possible (depending on who shows up). Then there is a step-by-step matchup starting with low man-high woman + low woman-high man. Then working down and up the lists until everyone is assigned a group. However this system puts the low-HCP man and the low-HCP woman in the same group. They end up making most of the shots for the 4-some, of course, and usually take home the winnings. Is there somewhere on the internet a scramble bracket system/design/advice that would keep the groups fairly even? Or has anyone figured this out on their own? Thanks for your help.
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