Unfortunately not, you keep going until you get it in the hole. Unless you are playing a stableford competition where if you are two shots over your allowance you should pick up as you would receive no points.
Stableford competitions use a points system to give a points value on each hole, which is then totalled at the end. Firstly a player will be given shots according to their handicap, say their handicap is 9 they will get shots on the holes with stroke index 1-9, on these holes they will get one shot added to par to get the fixed score, points are worked out as follows, 2 or more over fixed score- 0 points, 1 over fixed score- 1 point, fixed score- 2, 1 under fixed score- 3 points, 2 under fixed score- 4 points, 3 under fixed score- 5 and so on. 36 points is level with your handicap. The total is then calculated, and the person with the most points wins.
Only 1 point.
no the player gets the points awarded that he would have made if not interupted
36 points is level your handicap. So you can simply add your handicap to par for the course, then if you have more than 36 points, take the amount you are over 36 points by and take this away from the total of par for the course plus your handicap. And if you have less than 36 points you add how many short you are to the total of par for the course and your handicap. However this will not work if you have had a hole where you were more than 2 shots over your allowance.
head shots and knife shots
No, not really. This is because you will need a handicap so they can see how many shots you get on certain holes and therefore how many points you make. If it is an unofficial competition you may be able to play in it, so check before hand. But if it is an official competition, it is unlikely you will be able to play.
In basketball, the free throw is an important shot; it can highly increase points for a team if the player should make the shot. In 2010, Stephen Curry was the NBA player who has the highest percentage of free throw shots.
It depends on how you play, some people add 2 points on goalie shots others don't.
18 three points
Shots from behind the free-throw line are 1 point each. Shots from inside the arc are 2 points each, and shots scored outside the arc are 3 points each.