A hole in one is when you hit the golfball from the starting position into the hole with one hit. So say you just finshed a hole and you going to your next, Well now your about to hit the ball and you give it a good whack then you hear the ball you just hit make it into the hole. That is a hole in one.
If you are out playing a casual round you can do what you like, although common sense would suggest stay away from the hole. If you are playing a competition you will have to complete the hole no matter what. Although, the chances of a hole having bees in it is slim.
One over par on a hole.
Yes. The word hole is a noun, meaning an aperture or tear. It can also be a verb meaning to make a hole, or to get a ball into the hole when playing golf.
Hole out is simply finishing a hole of golf, obviously by putting the ball in the hole.
You call it "the start of a golf hole."
One over par on a given golf hole.
hole 12 at hunters canyon golf course