You can find the course details here: http://www.onlineteetimes.ie/golfclubs/mountwolseley.html I was unable to find an actual scorecard. Hope this helps
In matchplay there is no need to fill in a scorecard. In stroke play however, if you do not play all 18 holes it is classed as a NR.
Official Card-Carrying Golfers
Scoring means making a lot of birdies and eagles on a scorecard.
Ask at the 'Club house' when you pay your fees.
every time you miss one it becomes -1 on your scorecard in golf and minigolf
If you have a group of golfers together for a golf event, you can score it how you like.
No, usually the person with the lowest score wins golf. The score counts how many hits you take to get the golf ball into the goal, and it is better to take fewer strokes.
Golf is one Sport where the player with the lowest score wins. The player that hits the ball the least amount of time, and holes the ball has the better score.
Score for an ace is 1.
An eagle in golf is when you score two under par on the hole. Example: On a par 4 you score a 2 or on a par 5 you score a 3
A birdie is a golf score. Each hole has a par score. If you do it in one less it is called a birdie.
A golf score is counted up by the amount of shots you hit in order, between tee box and into the hole.
In golf, every time you hit the ball, it's a stroke. However, there are instances when a person can be penalized, such as a hit out of bounds or into the water. During these times, you are required to add strokes depending on the offense. If you're not sure how many strokes to add to your score after an offense, consult a pocket rulebook. These can be kept in your golf bag and don't take up much room. Keep track of the number of strokes you get on each hole on a scorecard, then add it up at the end of your round for the final result. And remember, every golfer has to start somewhere!
You keep score in disc golf almost the same way you do in the real golf. you print out a card and write down how many throws it takes you to make it in. then you subtract that from par and you have your score. the lowest wins
Yes it is. It is an excellent score for amateurs.
The average score in the US is 104.
In golf, the lowest score wins. So -6 is a better score than +6.
To keep score in golf = however many times you hit the ball in eighteen holes. You add it all up and if you shoot a seventy two, then you quite a good golfer yourself. So yes, all you do is count how many shots you hit the ball to enter the hole, and do that for all eighteen holes.
Whose score are you looking for. If it is a professional event the golf channel website is a good place or that tour's own website.