Yes, there are holes that have a par of 4.
Most par 3 golf courses have eighteen holes like a regular golf course, but they will allow you to play only nine holes if you life. However, all of the holes are only a par 3, meaning that the average score on the hole is 3. Thus, the difficulty and length of all the holes overall is typically easier than a regular golf course.
A standard golf course is made of 18 holes, these holes have pars. A par is the set amount of strokes the hole should be completed. There are par 3, par 4 and par 5 holes, the 18 holes are totalled and that is the par of the course, it usually totals 69-73.
If you mean a 245 yard golf "hole" The USGA states that holes under 250 yards are par 3. Holes 250 to 475 are par 4 and holes over 475 are par 5.
each standard 18 hole 72par course has 3 par 3 holes, 3 par 5 holes and the remaining 12 holes are par 4.
I think the maximum is par 36 for each nine holes. I play a par 35 course, have played a par 34 course, but know of none above 36. There actually are some par 74 courses, which is 37 on each nine. I play a course that is par 72 but the front nine is 35 and the back is 37. The SAS Masters, played at Baresback Golf & Country Club in Malmo Sweden is a par 73 golf course. (Peter Hanson was the first home based (Swedish) winner in 2008
A full golf course is 18 holes long, it is divided into two, the front nine, which is holes 1-9 and the back nine which is holes 10-18.
all holes are 3par
Most will be 70 or 72 for 18 holes.
No one set par at, nor is 72 always par. There are 18 holes on a golf course, the holes are of pars 3,4 and 5, any combination of these is acceptable and the total is par. Par can range from 69-73.
There can be either nine or eighteen holes, just like in regular golf.