It is impossible to get a five under par.
A Three Under Par is either an Albatross or a Hole In One.
Three under par on one hole of golf is an albatross or a double eagle.
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 on a par 5, a hole in one on a par 4, and a lie on a par 3.
Simply 5 under. There is no special name for it.
It's called an albatross. Eg - 2 on a par 5, or 1 on a par 4.
It is a golf term. It means to score three under par on a hole. If your par is four, you would have to get a hole in one to score a double eagle. If your par is five, you would score 2. This term is an outdated one, and is rarely used because it is rarely applicable.
An Albatross or a Hole in One.
I don't think 5 under par has a name. 1 under = birdie, 2 under = eagle, 3 under = double eagle. I also don't think 5 under is achievable. In order to get 5 under, you would have to get a hole in one on a par 6, or a hole in two on a par 7. While possibly not impossible, it would be extremely difficult.
It is called a double eagle or a hole in one.
It is called an eagle; if you happened to get a 2 on a par 5 that's called an albatross!
A Hole in One, or an Albatross.
It is called an albatross.
Three under par on a given hole.
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.
Each hole has an established par--the number of strokes (counting putts) that are considered the amount it should take to get the ball into the hole. If it takes you one more stroke than the established par then you have a "bogey" on that hole. Example: a 400 yard hole with a par of 4 takes you 5 strokes to get the ball into the cup--a bogey. Extra info: 2 under the established par is an eagle, one under the established par is a birdie, 2 over the established par is a double bogey, three over a triple bogey, etc. A bogey is one over par.
Four (4) same as usual one under par
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.
An club that is used to hit the green, usually on the second shot to a par four, the tee shot on a par three and the second or third shot to a par five.
golfing three under par on a single hole
one under par = eins unter par