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What is par in golfing?

Updated: 10/20/2022
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When golfing, each hole has a par, and every course (18 holes) has a par. Par is the average number of strokes that a person should be able to take while completing a round of Golf. If a hole has a par of 4, it should take the golfer 4 strokes to get the ball in the whole. If a course has a par of 72, it should take the golfer 72 strokes to get the ball into 18 holes.

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A par in golf is the number of shots it should take to make it in a given hole.

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