'Regulation' has different meanings in golf. Par is considered regulation. Hitting the fairway off the tee on a par 4 or 5 is considered a fairway in regulation (FIR) and hitting the green off the tee on a par 3, or hitting the green on a par 4 with your second shot, or hitting the green on a par 5 with your third shot is considered a green in regulation (GIR). The best way to think about regulation and par is that you should always get 2 puts to get par on a hole. Therefore if you are on the green in 2 on a par 4, you can put 2 times to make par and therefore were on the green in regulation.
An club that is used to hit the green, usually on the second shot to a par four, the tee shot on a par three and the second or third shot to a par five.
The Tee Shot is the first shot off the tee. The distance that the player wants it to go is going to depend on the specific hole they are playing. On a par 4 or par 5, they want their drive to go as far as possible toward the green. They may want it to be short of specific hazards, so may not hit as hard as they can. On a par 3, they are going to attempt to hit the ball onto the green directly.
If you were playing a par 4 or par 5 and the other group were ahead of where you could hit to, or if you are waved through by that group.
A "Par 3" is a short hole. It is anicipated that it will take 3 strokes from the tee to the cup.
The duration of Tee to Green is 1800.0 seconds.
Tee to Green was created on 1970-06-13.
Tee to Green ended on 1970-09-05.
Par for the hole is three strokes. In regulation, that is one tee shot, and two putts.