4 rounds of 72, 288.
Trevor Immelman at 8 under par.
The lowest total score ever for 72 holes in the Masters Tournament was Tiger Woods' score of 270 in 1997.Tiger Woods=270
Your question makes no sense. And Lucy would probably not care about her score because she changed sex during the tournament.
Well it is ultimately the same thing. A usual professional golf tournament has 4 rounds. The running total score in relation to par is kept for each player and displayed on the leaderboard. Red is strokes under par, green is even and black is strokes over par. Although, you may be referring to score to par, as in for one day. Say Tiger Woods is 3 under today, level par for the tournament etc.
Par for the hole.
72 or 288 for the whole tournament
A birdie is a golf score. Each hole has a par score. If you do it in one less it is called a birdie.
That would be a condor.
A perfect score of 57.
The score would change by increasing 6 strokes - like from -1 to +5. For instance, if the golf course was par 70, 69 would be one under and 75 would be 5 over par. Remember, in golf the lower the score the better. Making par for 18 holes is very difficult for most golfers. Berney Trembly