An Albatross is 3 under par on a par 5.
Three under par on one hole of golf is an albatross or a double eagle.
A double eagle on a par 5, a hole in one on a par 4, and a lie on a par 3.
It's called an albatross. Eg - 2 on a par 5, or 1 on a par 4.
An Albatross or a Hole in One.
It is called a double eagle or a hole in one.
A Hole in One, or an Albatross.
It is called an albatross.
Three under par on a given hole.
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.
golfing three under par on a single hole
one under par = eins unter par
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.
Albatross or double eagle.
For a single hole this is known as an Albatross.
A par is a certain ammount of strokes you hit the ball with in golf. If you hit under the ammount of par it is reffered to as an under par. Which is different depending on the difficulty.
one under par is called a "birdy" 2 under par is called "eagle"
It is impossible to get a five under par.
A score of one under par
it isn't a sea bird, it is a double eagle (-3) , par (even), birdie (-1), eagle (-2). To make a double eagle a hole in one on a par 4 or a 2 on a par 5.
Birdie: one under par for that hole e.g. 3 on a par 4 Bogey: one over the par for that hole e.g. 5 on a par 4 eagle: two under the par for that hole e.g 3 on a par 5 or 2 on a par 4
A birdie is a golf hole played one under par.
"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 hole in one is very easy to score in a game of golf. This rare feat would earn you one point. If the hole is a par 4, then you would be three under par, or -3.