golfing three under par on a single hole
For a single hole this is known as an Albatross.
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Three under par on one hole of golf is an albatross or a double eagle.
A Hole in One, or an Albatross.
It is called an albatross.
You call it "the start of a golf hole."
It is called a condor, although it could only happen if there was a hole in one on a par 5 so it is very very rare, and unlikely.
The - in golf means under par, which is taking less shots than allotted for whether it be a single hole, a series of holes, or an entire round.
No. They call golf - golf. A caddy is someone who helps a golfer with his clubs.
That would be a golf ball.
Golf. But a single game of golf is usually referred to as a round.
An albatross is a term for three under par and is also called a double eagle. There is currently no golf term for a double albatross.
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A double eagle is holing out in three strokes under par; also called an albatross.
no they aren't. Every single golf players has to have a driver to play the first shot in golf
One under par in golf is called a bogey.
One under par for a given hole in golf.
It is a golf links if the course is near the sea. Otherwise it is a golf course if further inland.
One can find a good deal when purchasing single golf clubs at a number of different stores. Generally Walmart has a lot of good deals on single golf clubs.
An albatross or a double eagle. Double eagle is mainly used in the US.