FairGolfMatch.Com does much more than put together the A, B, C and D in an ascending or descending order. FGM goes thruogh a huge number of calculations to select the best possible teams for evenly matched golf teams. It first looks at every possible way to select the A, B, C, and D players for a team. When the best method has been selected, FGM then looks at swaps of the players to make the teams even more even. This process is shown in the screen above.
After selection matches are rated for fairness (some combinations just do not allow evenly matched teams). The fairness of the match is then reported as "Excellent", "Good". "Fair", or "Not a good match", depending on the point differential between the teams.