An eagle is two strokes under par, a birdie is one stroke under. An eagle is a better score.
Golf, a birdie is 1 under parr, an eagle is 2 under parr and an albatrosses is 3 under parr.
All scores in golf.
Since an eagle is bigger than a birdie I believe that's how it got its name. Even though an eagle is a lower score it is a much more valuable score.
Either bowling,swimming,tennis,or golf
5 = par 4 = birdie 3 = eagle 2 = double eagle 1 = ace (hole-in-one)
A birdie is always one stroke below a par. Say when a par is a score of 4, that means a birdie is a score of 3. Then if a par is a score of 5, then a birdie is a score of 4. And then you get the idea.!!
I would think a double birdie would just be called an Eagle. Double Birdie is probably just golf slang for an Eagle, the much more common term. There is a Double Eagle though which is probably even more rare than a hole in one. That would be a score of a 2 on a par 5.
2 points for a par, 3 for birdie, 4 for eagle, then plus one for the shot, so 5.
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A birdie is a golf score. Each hole has a par score. If you do it in one less it is called a birdie.
-4 = condor -3 = albatross -2 = eagle -1 = birdie
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
Also called a shuttlecock, the birdie is used in badminton.
The answer is birdie. It is one under.
a score of one stroke under par on a hole
"Bird" was a slang term for 'good' in the 19th century and so a great shot on the golf course became known as a 'bird', which then turned into 'birdie'. It was used for any under-par score at first. Then, 'eagle' was added to maintain the avian theme and it differentiated a shot of two under par, from the 'birdie', which was one under par. An extremely rare three under par shot is now called an 'albatross' (aka 'double eagle').
A "birdie" is not a specific score, it's one under whatever par for the hole is. If it's a par 3 hole, then a birdie is 2; if it's a par 5 hole, a birdie is 4.
well, in golf you can get a birdie...if that's wat u mean
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!