If a hole, say hole 1 is a par 3, par 4, or par 5 then the course is telling you if you hit the ball in the hole in the number par then you are even with par. If you hit the ball in the hole on a Par 4 in only 3 hits then you are one under par or -1 for that hole. If you hit the ball in the hole in 5 hits on a par 3 then you are +2 for that hole. So a Par is hitting the ball in the hole in the estimated number for that hole. Par will always be set at 3, 4, 5
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
Either a par 3 and birdie 3 or an eagle 3 depends what par the hole is.
Birdie: one under par for that hole e.g. 3 on a par 4 Bogey: one over the par for that hole e.g. 5 on a par 4 eagle: two under the par for that hole e.g 3 on a par 5 or 2 on a par 4
Depends on where the par 3 falls on the golf course. Obviously if the first hole is a par 3, then nothing comes before it, however if the par 3 is the 17th hole then the answer would be the 16th holes comes before the par 3.
The same as on anyother hole
Its harder to get a hole in one on a par 3. Its common to be chipping from around the green or even putting on your 2nd shot on a par 4.
A "Par 3" is a short hole. It is anicipated that it will take 3 strokes from the tee to the cup.
no sweatpar is the score or number of strokes it should take the average player to complete each hole. for ex. if a hole is par 3 and you take 3 shots to get it in the hole then you have finished that hole par. but if you take 4 shots you are one over par or if you take 2 shots you are one under par. par is NOT what the average player can do. Par is how many strokes a very skilled golfer should take for each hole.
It means that you got 3 under par on a hole So got a 2 on a par 5 or a 1 on a par 4.
Par is the average. Used very often about golf strokes taken for a certain hole. A par 3 hole is a hole where the average number of strokes to complete is 3.
Then it will be a -3 in that hole