A hole in one
In golf, "par" is the expected number of strokes for a hole - or for the entire course (18 holes). This number will vary for each hole, depending on the perceived difficulty of doing it.
Four (4) same as usual one under par
Most par 3 golf courses have eighteen holes like a regular golf course, but they will allow you to play only nine holes if you life. However, all of the holes are only a par 3, meaning that the average score on the hole is 3. Thus, the difficulty and length of all the holes overall is typically easier than a regular golf course.
No, it's just however many you take. The people you're golfing with may have a rule to keep the game moving quickly, but there is no official rule.
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.
A double eagle (or albatross) is 3 strokes below par. For example, if you get 3 strokes on a par 5, you would have a double eagle.
For a round of golf, the net score for a player is their gross score minus their handicap. The net score for one hole is the gross for the hole, minus the strokes allowed for the hole. The stroke index for the hole and the players handicap is used to determine how many strokes you get, and on which holes.
A formula to find power stroke for an 8 cylinder 4stroke engine would be RPM/2=power strokes per minute. A 2 strokenengine has twice as many power strokes as a 4 so RPM=power strokes. Since rpm is not given in the question, I can't tell you how many power strokes there are.
None. There is nothing in a hole because if there were, it would no longer be a hole!
He has won 2 tournaments in 2012 the first coming at the Arnold Palmer invitational where he won by 5 strokes and his 2nd win coming at the memorial winning by 2 strokes with an incredIble chip in on the 16th hole
Shirley Chisholm had seven strokes.
A bogey on a par 4 is 5 shots.