Two over par
Two over par
No, a triple bogey is terrible. A bogey is one above par (anything above par is bad; below par is good, i.e. -1, -3, etc.), so a triple bogey is terrible. A good score would be a par or a birdie.
A double. It doesn't really have another name.
It depends on the par, but it is 2 points over par, which is bad.
Double bogey is two over par.
One over par on a hole.
A triple bogey is 3 over par
Depends what level you play at. If you are in anyway a decent golfer a double bogey is a disaster.
Golf, because you can get below par, like a double bogey or a bogey.
The highest par in golf is 5. A seven is a double bogey on a par 5 and a triple bogey on a par four and a quadruple bogey on a par 3.
It's short for 'double bogey', e.g. two shots over par (+2).
The Secret World of Alex Mack - 1994 Double Bogey 2-2 was released on: USA: 14 October 1995
The term "eagle" means scoring two under par (−2). Eagles usually occur when golfers hit the ball far enough to reach the green with fewer strokes than expected. This most commonly happens on par fives, though it occasionally occurs on short par-fours. A hole in one on a par-three hole also results in an eagle. The name is simply analogous to a birdie (see above); the name "eagle" was used as a larger bird representing a better score.