The rated strokes for a particular hole in golf is called ''par''
The object of golf is to get a golf ball in a hole in as few of strokes as possible.
An albatross is scored in golf when the player completes a hole in a score 3 strokes under par.
For a round of golf, the net score for a player is their gross score minus their handicap. The net score for one hole is the gross for the hole, minus the strokes allowed for the hole. The stroke index for the hole and the players handicap is used to determine how many strokes you get, and on which holes.
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."
Par is the number of strokes that it should take a very good golfer to finish a hole. If a golfer finishes the hole in 2 under par, it means he/she took two fewer strokes than par.
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.
It is admitting that you cannot beat or equal your opponents score, no further strokes will be played on that hole.
Four (4) same as usual one under par
If you are meaning in golf - It is a score of three strokes under par on a hole However, it was also an gold coin in the US worth $20