2 shots below par is an Eagle.
You've done it in 5 shots
Golf This is a Bristish term in golf for completing a hole three shots under par. Otherwise known as a 'double eagle'. e.g. Getting the ball in the hole in the hole in 2 shots on a par 5 hole. Acheiving this is VERY rare. 'Par' is the number of shots you would be expected to have to take to complete a hole in a game of golf.
yes it means that you got 1 over par, which is bad cause your trying to get the least amount of shots possible in golf. par is average for the course.
Yes it is. Par means average. When playing golf you try to sink the ball in the least amount of shots. The less you get under par (average) the better.
It's short for 'double bogey', e.g. two shots over par (+2).
A birdie is a hole played one stroke under par.
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An Eagle in golf is lower than a birdie. A birdie is 1 stoke below par on the hole and an Eagle is 2 strokes below par For example, on a par four, an eagle is two strokes on a par three, an eagle is not used. it is just referred to as a hole in one!
It is when you get 2 strokes below par on 1 hole. For example 3 on a par 5 or 2 on a par 4
It depends if it is a par 3 then it is three shots if it is a par 4 then it is 4 shots ect.
GIR is green(s) in regulation. This means the player hits the green in the number of shots determined as regulation. On a par three it is one shot, par four it is two shots and par five is three shots.
It's used in golf - to indicate a score of 2 shots under par.