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Q: What is the name for 3 strokes under par when playing a hole in golf?
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In what game can you score a albatross?

An albatross is scored in golf when the player completes a hole in a score 3 strokes under par.


How do you spell parredgolf the initial expectation?

The term sought may be "par" which is the number of strokes anticipated for an expert golfer to complete a hole of golf, or a round of 9 or 18 holes. Someone has "parred" if he took exactly the number of expected strokes for a hole. The player is said to be playing "par golf."


What is the Lowest 72 hole score in golf history?

63 strokes


What does parred mean?

Par is the average. Used very often about golf strokes taken for a certain hole. A par 3 hole is a hole where the average number of strokes to complete is 3.


How many strokes would it take to a score a birdie on a par five golf hole?

Four (4) same as usual one under par


What is conceding the hole in golf?

It is admitting that you cannot beat or equal your opponents score, no further strokes will be played on that hole.


What is a double eagle in golf?

3 under par on a given hole. Also known as an albatross.


Can you explain for a new follower of golf what a birdie and etc are?

Each hole at golf has a standard number of strokes (number of times the ball is hit) to get it in the hole. This number is called Par, taken from the par value of stock. For example, if the standard number of strokes for a hole is four, it is called a Par four hole. If a player gets the ball in the hole in one less than (one under) Par, it is called a Birdie. Legend has it that a famous player's ball hit a bird in mid-air and he then completed the hole in one stroke under and the term Birdie was born. Making the hole in two strokes under Par is a larger bird so it's called an Eagle. Three strokes under Par an Albatross, because an Albatross is such a rare bird. If you take one more stroke than Par it's call a Bogey, after the Bogey Man. Two strokes over is a Double-Bogey. Three is a Triple-Bogey.


What is foe in golf?

In golf, the "foe" would be the number of strokes needed to get the ball into the hole. You're competing to see who can do that in the fewest number.


Information on golf game Translate it into Hindi language?

Golf is a precision club and ball sport in which competing players (or golfers) use many types of clubs to hit balls into a series of holes on a course using the fewest number of strokes. Golf is defined, in the rules of golf, as "playing a ball with a club from the teeing ground into the hole by a stroke or successive strokes in accordance with the Rules."


In golf if one gets a birdie what is meant?

In golf there is a certain number of strokes or hits of the ball that is required to finish the hole in, this is called par. If a person gets the ball into the hole one stroke or ball hit under par this is called birdie. It means you completed the hole faster than the average completion rate for the hole.


In golf what is a hole in three strokes called?

Either a par 3 and birdie 3 or an eagle 3 depends what par the hole is.