Eagle = Two-under-par (-2). Eagles most commonly occur on par-fives, when golfers with enough strength can drive to the green in two strokes rather than the expected three, and then hole out with just a single putt. Less commonly, a player will hole his or her approach shot (either the second shot on a par-four or the third shot on a par-five) to achieve an eagle. Naturally enough, a hole-in-one on a par-three hole also results in an eagle.
A double Eagle is a 2 and a Eagle is a three on a par 5....
Down the hole in two is equal to an Eagle on a par four hole.
a 'hole in one'
3 - 2 = 1
Yes it is.
one under par is called a "birdy" 2 under par is called "eagle"
A double eagle..... 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.
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
2 under par on a given hole.
An eagle is scored when you get 2 under par. EX: Par 4 hole you score a 2. Par 4: 1- Hole in One 2- Eagle 3- Birdie 4- Par 5- Bogey
A score for one hole that is one under par is an, "Eagle".
2 under Par is a Eagle - horseisle
If you are referring to the term 'eagle' in a particular sport, an eagle is 2-under par in golf.
3 under par on a given hole. Also known as an albatross.