You would get 3 shots per hole.
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.
6 points for a hole in one on a par 3 with 2 shots.
There is no limit.
28.6 shots at 35mL each.
It depends how many strokes you take ! Each hole is assigned a 'Par' - that is the number of strokes you are expected to take from the tee to sinking the ball in the hole. If you sink the ball with the same number of strokes as the Par, you score zero. If you sink the ball with less strokes, you score a negative value, and if you take more shots than Par, you score a positive.For example - if a hole is a 'Par 5' - that means you're likely to take five shots from the tee, to sinking the ball in the hole. If you take four shots, you score minus 1 (-1) - commonly called a birdie. If you take six shots, you score plus 1 (+1) - a bogey.The winner is the player with the lowest score at the end of the 18-hole game.
About 20 shots of 1.25 ounces each.
Par is how many shots you are allowed to complete a given hole in. There are par 3s, par 4s and par 5s. In very very rare cases there are par 6s. On a par 3 you are allowed 1 shot in regulation to hit the green, and two putts. On a par 4 you are allowed to hit the green in two shots in regulation and two putts. On a par 5 you are allowed 3 shots to hit the green in regulation and two putts. You don't have to do it that way obviously, but that is how the holes are broken down and pars calculated.
It would take about 22 shots to kill the average male and about 17 shots to kill the average female. (Assuming the shots are 1.5oz each)
Who [sic] many? I assume you meant to ask HOW many? It depends on how big you make your shots. For shots of one ounce each, there will be 16 shots. If you use a full jigger (1 and a half ounces), there will be 10 and two-thirds shots.
Each chip has one hole.