An elite golf performer is someone who shoot even or under par consistently.
3 under par
It depends how many shots under par you shot and the difficulty of the course. But it would be + something.
less then one half of one percent
For a man 28 is the highest handicap you can have, so anything over 28 over par will give you a 28 handicap. Say CSS = PAR every week, you will need to consistently shoot 27 over par to get cut to 27.
Well if you mean 2 under par total for the day, there's no other way to really name it. However, if you mean 2 under for a hole, then the term for that is an eagle.
An Albatross is 3 under par on a par 5.
1 shot is hole in one 1 shot under par is birdie 2 shots under par is eagle 3 shots under par is albatross Over par is boogie.
one under par = eins unter par
His handicap was scratch at the age of 13 so he was shooting well under par by that stage.
If you can consistently shoot 87 or under from the whites, it's time to play the blues.
It is impossible to get a five under par.
A score of one under par
A par is a certain ammount of strokes you hit the ball with in golf. If you hit under the ammount of par it is reffered to as an under par. Which is different depending on the difficulty.
one under par is called a "birdy" 2 under par is called "eagle"
A Three Under Par is either an Albatross or a Hole In One.
A birdie is a golf hole played one under par.
One stroke under par is called a BIRDIE.
One under par
Three under par on one hole of golf is an albatross or a double eagle.
Yes it is. Par means average. When playing golf you try to sink the ball in the least amount of shots. The less you get under par (average) the better.
It's an eagle. 1 under par on a hole = birdie 2 under par on a hole = eagle 3 under par on a hole = double eagle
It would have to be on a par 5, although, there is a par 6 in the world.
In golf, you find the great equalizer on the putting greens. A person who has a long drive must still find the hole. Once everyone is on the green, it's anybody's game. A person whose skills lie in chipping and putting can break par, especially if he is can chip from off the green into the hole. Putting is not even an issue if you can consistently chip it into the hole. Combine chipping into the hole with the ability to putt it into the hole from off the green, and the long drive is no longer an issue. Therefore, even if you consistently drive the hole 30 yards short of the longest drive, you can still shoot a consistent par; indeed under par. That is why the putting green is referred to as the great equalizer.