The average Golf score still hovers around 100.It has not changed since the early 1900's despite improvements in course design,equipment and balls.It is estimated that about 80% of the people who play golf never break 100 (THIS IS NOT TRUE AND HAS BEEN DISCUSSED IN DETAIL ON GOLF NETWORK- THIS MAY BE TRUE IF YOU INCLUDE EVERYONE WHO PLAYED ONE TIME, BUT IF YOU TOOK A SAMPLING OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE PLAYED IN ONE YEAR IT WOULD BE 50% OR LESS) .Of course the pros usually shoot below par but they are a small percentage of the total people who play.So if you shoot in the 90's or better you are in an elite minority.
Par for most 9 holes ranges from 34-37. Going under the assumption that the average golfer doesn't break 95-100, 47-50 is a good bet.
An average score for average high school players would be in the low eighties.
Women usually score about 100 through 18 holes.
The average score in the US is 104.
Somewhere around 100
it should be basketball, because only basketball can average that kind of score.
If you have a group of golfers together for a golf event, you can score it how you like.
The golf player who won the Bronze medal in the women's individual golf competition during the Rio Olympics in 2016 was Shanshan Feng of China due to having a score of 274 poinits.
It is probably about 160 for men and 140 for women.
Golf is one Sport where the player with the lowest score wins. The player that hits the ball the least amount of time, and holes the ball has the better score.
A golf score is counted up by the amount of shots you hit in order, between tee box and into the hole.
A birdie is a golf score. Each hole has a par score. If you do it in one less it is called a birdie.
An albatross is scored in golf when the player completes a hole in a score 3 strokes under par.