There's no such thing as a par 2 unless your playing minigolf.
Yes they are the same game since all you can do is pitch the ball on the green due to short yardage and then putt to finish. holes are par three only Steve Allies Edmomton
There is really no need for one. But do 3 rounds, then divide the total number of shots over par by 3 and that is your handicap.
Usually, although for a Par 3 hole, it may be quite short as the idea is to get "on" in one and two putt.
Hitting the green in regulation means your ball is on the green ( not the fringe or rough) In the number of strokes that allows you to two - putt for par . One on a par 5 that's 3 strokes ,on par 4 it is 2 strokes and on par 3 it is 1 stroke
Although it is a great achievement, I have heard of someone doing it at a local club. So yes, someone has achieved it before you.
Par is the set score for a hole or course. Holes are either par 3, 4 or 5. Par for a course usually ranges from 69-73. Bogey is one over par for a given hole. Birdie is one under par for a given hole. Drive is a tee shot, how you start most holes, usually with a driver. Approach is the shot you hit towards the green, usually from the fairway or rough as your second shot. Putt is where you roll the ball with the putter into or towards the hole. Falling putt is rarely used, it is a putt that breaks.
1. putt them in a different box 2. putt them in a trash bag 3. you could open a window and putt them in side that way
If a hole is par 5 for instance, that means it should take 5 shots to putt the ball. a birdie is 1 under parr "4 shots on a parr 5 hole" an eagle is 2 under parr "3 shots on a parr 5 hole" and an albertross is 3 under parr "2 shots on a parr five hole"
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
you putt the code in 5 3 2 1 2 1 3
In golf a birdie is one under par on a given hole. So a 2 on a par 3, 3 on a par 4 and 4 on a par 5.
you get 3 throws in a shot putt