depends on how many strokes it took to there. if one-eagle two-birdie three-par
This is known as an albatross, but can also be called a double eagle.
That would be a par, 4.
one under par is called a "birdy" 2 under par is called "eagle"
It is not called a boogie. One over par on a hole is called a bogie.
One under par on a hole is called a "birdie".
It is called a double eagle or a hole in one.
On a par 3, it's an eagle. On par 4, it's a double eagle. On a par 5, it's called either an albatross or a lie.
Each hole at golf has a standard number of strokes (number of times the ball is hit) to get it in the hole. This number is called Par, taken from the par value of stock. For example, if the standard number of strokes for a hole is four, it is called a Par four hole. If a player gets the ball in the hole in one less than (one under) Par, it is called a Birdie. Legend has it that a famous player's ball hit a bird in mid-air and he then completed the hole in one stroke under and the term Birdie was born. Making the hole in two strokes under Par is a larger bird so it's called an Eagle. Three strokes under Par an Albatross, because an Albatross is such a rare bird. If you take one more stroke than Par it's call a Bogey, after the Bogey Man. Two strokes over is a Double-Bogey. Three is a Triple-Bogey.
double eagle or albatross
It's a golf term meaning that one has gotten a ball in the cup in one shot from the tee off. It has been slanged down to many references of getting items into different holes on the first try. Some of which are sexual in nature.
The course is par 72, so the par for four rounds would be 288.
GIR is green(s) in regulation. This means the player hits the green in the number of shots determined as regulation. On a par three it is one shot, par four it is two shots and par five is three shots.